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Relatives of victims of MH17 crash sued Putin
17:44, 21 May 2016
Relatives of victims of MH17 crash sued Putin

Plaintiffs demand for $ 10 million сompensation each

17:44, 21 May 2016

Reuters

Relatives of the victims died in the crash of a Malaysian plane MH17 over the occupied territories of Donbas, in July 2014, submitted to the European Court of Human Rights claim against Russian President Vladimir Putin, reports Reuters referring to the Australian media.

It is reported that the lawsuit was filed on May 9 by Australian law firm on behalf of the 33 victims' relatives from Australia, New Zealand and Malaysia. Each person requires the payment of compensation in the amount of $ 10 million.

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