The type of missile which most likely shot down Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 'will never be given under control of asymmetric terrorist groups", a security expert told Good Morning Britain.
Newrisk's Dr Sally Leivesley said the weapon which shot down a commercial airliner flying at 30,000 feet "will be command and controlled by whatever country has provided it".
Thousands of online users have taken to social media to call for the victims of the Malaysian airliner crash to be returned to loved ones.
United States intelligence officials admitted that they do not know who fired the surface-to-air missile that downed flight MH17.
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