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Ukraine officials are accusing Russia of helping separatists of destroy any evidence at the crash site of a Malaysia Airlines ...
plane that was shot down on the Russia-Ukraine border. (July 19)
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SHOTLIST:AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYHrabove, Ukraine - July 19, 20141. Wide of crash site2. Close tracking shot of crash site3. Mid of crash site with flowers in foreground4. Mid of tape around crash site5. Mid of remnants of plane at crash site6. Close of travel book at crash siteAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYWashington DC - July 17, 20147. On-screen graphic, map of Ukraine and Russia border AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYKuala Lampur - July 19, 20148. Wide of press briefing9. Mid of officials at press briefing10. SOUNDBITE (English) Liow Tion Lai, Malaysian Minister of Transport (Transcript Below)AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYKiev, Ukraine - July 19, 201411. Wide of press briefing12. SOUNDBITE (Ukrainian) Andriy Lysenko, Ukrainian National Security and Defense Council (Transcript Below)AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYKuala Lampur - July 19, 201413. Wide of Marriott Hotel14. Mid of relatives of MH17 passenger15. SOUNDBITE (English) Arina, Relative of MH17 Passenger (Transcript Below)AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYHrabove, Ukraine - July 18, 201416. Various plane debris and personal items on groundSTORYLINE:UKRAINE OFFICIALS ARE ACCUSING RUSSIA OF HELPING SEPARATIST REBELS DESTROY ANY REMAINING EVIDENCE AT THE CRASH SITE OF A MALAYSIA AIRLINES PLANE SHOT DOWN ON THURSDAY.REBELS DENY THE CHARGE AS DOZENS OF VICTIMS' BODIES STILL LIE IN BAGS BY THE SIDE OF THE ROAD IN REBEL-HELD TERRITORY.FLIGHT 17 FROM AMSTERDAM TO KUALA LAMPUR WAS CARRYING 298 PEOPLE FROM 13 DIFFERENT NATIONS WHEN IT WAS SHOT DOWN IN EASTERN UKRAINE CLOSE TO THE RUSSIAN BORDER...AN AREA THAT HAS SEEN MONTHS OF TURMOIL BETWEEN GOVERNMENT TROOPS AND PRO-RUSSIA SEPARATISTS.THE MALAYSIAN GOVERNMENT FEARS THAT THE MH17'S CRASH SITE HAS NOT BEEN PROPERLY SECURED AND THAT THE INTEGRITY OF THE SITE IS NOW COMPROMISED.SOUNDBITE (English) Liow Tion Lai, Malaysian Minister of Transport:"There are indications that vital evidence has not been preserved in place, interfering with the scene of the crash risks undermining the investigation itself."SOUNDBITE (Ukrainian) Andriy Lysenko, Ukrainian National Security and Defense Council:UKRAINE OFFICIALS ALSO SAID AT A PRESS CONFERENCE THAT THE PRO-RUSSIA REBELS ARE NOT ALLOWING INVESTIGATORS TO COLLECT AND TRANSFER THE EVIDENCE..AND RESCUE GROUPS ARE CURRENTLY WORKING UNDER THE THREAT OF ARMED REBELS.MEANWHILE, RELATIVES OF VICTIMS FROM THE CRASH HOLD OUT HOPE FOR THE RETREIVAL OF ANY REMAINS OF THEIR LOVED ONESSOUNDBITE (English) Arina, Relative of MH17 Passenger"anything...anything, find his remains and his things, you know.."LEADERS FROM AROUND THE GLOBE INSIST THE REBELS GRANT INTERNATIONAL EXPERTS ACCESS TO COMPLETE A THOROUGH INVESTIGATION.EMILY ROSEMAN/ASSOCIATED PRESS