Malaysian lawyer Balan Nair, representing families of the ill-fated Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crew members, speaks with journalists prior to filing the lawsuit at the Kuala Lumpur Courts Complex on June 2, 2016. / AFP / MANAN VATSYAYANA
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Initial results from a criminal inquiry into the downing of a Malaysia Airlines flight over war-torn eastern Ukraine nearly two years ago will be available within months, Dutch prosecutors have said.The results are expected to shed light on the exact type of missile used to shoot down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 on July 17, 2014, killing all 298 passengers and crew on board, and exactly where it was fired from. However, investigators on the Dutch-led team, which includes experts from Australia, Malaysia, Belgium and Ukraine, were still awaiting information from Moscow about BUK missile installations, it said, noting that they were expecting an answer "within two months".
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