Putin dismisses MH17 evidence
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MH17 crash: Putin says Russia 'absolutely disagrees' with evidence

President Vladimir Putin has said Russia "completely disagrees" with the evidence put forward by the MH17 plane crash inquiry.

It comes a day after four men - three Russian - were charged over the murder of 298 people on board a Malaysian Airlines flight in 2014.

The BBC's Steve Rosenberg asked Mr Putin if Russia would accept responsibility at a news conference after his annual Direct Line phone-in event.

  • 20 Jun 2019
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