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Australia urges support UN tribunal plan for downed Malaysian jet | Reuters

Firstpost Tuesday, 14 July 2015
SYDNEY Australia urged the United Nations Security Council on Tuesday to support the establishment of an international tribunal to prosecute those suspected of downing Malaysia Airlines [MLYAF.PK] jet MH17 in eastern Ukraine last year. Malaysia, part of the 15-member council until 2016, distributed a draft resolution on the tribunal last week, which it hoped could be adopted later this month.

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Russia dismissed calls for an international tribunal to prosecute those suspected of downing Flight MH17 in Ukraine, saying Wednesday the proposals were "untimely and counterproductive."As the world prepared to mark Friday's first anniversary of the disaster, Russia's deputy foreign minister Gennady...

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