Shelling forces experts to leave MH17 crash site

Grabove - Shelling close to the vast crash site of downed flight MH17 forced international investigators on Saturday to cut short a visit to an area where some of the jet's wreckage is lying, an OSCE observer with probe team said.

"We heard at a distance of approximately two kilometres incoming artillery from where we were and that was too close to continue," said Alexander Hug, deputy chief monitor with the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe's mission in Ukraine.

Hug said the team had agreed earlier with both government forces and pro-Russian rebels to visit the village of Petropavlivka as part of the broader search operation.

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Mxolisi Mgabhi 2014/08/02 08:47:26 PM
Mark Russell 2014/08/02 09:46:11 PM
So I guess that cease fire means nothing to kiev as usual.
OrbitingTeapot 2014/08/03 07:05:21 AM
It looks like Kiev have a lot to hide by chasing the investigators away. The truth will come out eventually.