Anger mounts over MH17 crash probe delays

Relatives of victims of plane crash seek answers as investigations are stalled into disaster that left 198 people dead.

    A memorial service will be held in the Netherlands on Monday for victims of the MH-17 plane crash.

    The passenger aircraft came down over eastern Ukraine, which is facing a conflict between government forces and pro-Russian rebels, in July, killing 298 people - 193 of whom were Dutch nationals.

    But frustration is increasing among the relatives of the dead, as the investigaton into who was responsible for the deaths of their loved ones seems to be locked in a propaganda battle.

    Al Jazeera's Tim Friend reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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