MH17 Suspects Named

It has been almost five years since the Airline Flight MH17 crashed, killing all 298 people on board, including 38 Australians. But last week, the Joint Investigation Team released a report that named three Russian suspects – as well as a suspect from Ukraine, who are being charged with causing the crash. These suspects will be subject to international arrest warrants, yet it is unlikely that they will ever be held accountable. This then provokes the question; can we hold anyone to justice? The Daily was joined by  Alexey Muraviev from Curtin University to discussed the recent developments. 


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