2. Inscription on memorial (Russian) reading: "In memory of 298 people, innocent victims of the civil war."
3. Toys at the memorial
4. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Vladimir Berezhnoy, head of Hrabove village administration:
"The collection of debris ended in May last year. Starting from May last year, practically no one came to me with new findings. People have been informed that if they find something they should go to the village administration."
5. Close-up of debris and flowers
6. Various of toys and candles
7. Berezhnoy walking away from memorial
8. Wide of church
9. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Eva Taranova, local resident:
"What do I feel? I cry. People are people. When I think about it I cry all the time. Children… our head of administration found the passport of a seven-year-old boy, he showed it to us. Everyone cried, everyone cried. Were those people guilty because they were flying somewhere on vacation? Whoever shot it down, those who launched the missile aiming at a peaceful plane, they should be punished."
10. People walking in village street
11. Nataliya collecting cut grass, UPSOUND (Russian): "I'm sorry for the children in particular."
12. Close of cut grass
12. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Nataliya (no second name given), local resident:
"What happened? A tragedy happened. Who planned the tragedy? Everyone has their own speculations, everyone keeps them (speculations) to themselves. Who knows what actually happened?"
13. Wooden cross at village road with inscription (Russian) reading: "Save and Protect"
Residents living near the crash site of the Malaysian plane downed in 2014 on Wednesday said they felt sad and sorry for the victims of flight MH-17.
The head of a nearby village said he was not informed of any recent results in the investigation and another resident said there were many "speculations".
Meanwhile Dutch-led criminal investigators said Wednesday they have solid evidence that a MH-17 was shot down in 2014 by a Buk missile that was moved into eastern Ukraine from Russia.
Wilbert Paulissen, head of the Central Crime Investigation department of the Dutch National Police, said communications intercepts showed that pro-Moscow rebels had called for deployment of the mobile surface-to-air weapon and reported its arrival on July 17, 2014, in rebel-controlled areas of eastern Ukraine.
The Dutch-led investigation found that the deadly surface-to-air weapon that blasted Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 out of the sky that same day at a height of 33-thousand feet (10.06 kilometres), killing all 298 people aboard, was launched from farmland in the rebel-held area of Pervomaiskiy, five kilometres (three miles) from the eastern Ukrainian town of Snizhne.
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