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Investigators to examine second black box from MH17

Air investigators are to examine a second black box which was recovered from flight MH17 today.

The data could reveal if the pilots were aware of a missile coming towards the plane and what happened in the last few seconds of the flight if they were able to speak.

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Pro-Russians tell OSCE team to leave crash site

Pro-Russian separatists have ordered a team of international monitors to leave the MH17 crash site, with one of the militia telling them they had failed to follow his orders.

A pro-Russian militia member orders the OSCE monitors to leave the crash site. Credit: APTN

The team from the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) were there to inspect the perimeter of the site and "see what measures are in place", according to the OSCE deputy head of mission, Alexander Hug.

The OSCE convoy drives away from the crash site after a stand-off with the separatists. Credit: APTN

The team were able to take some video footage of the site but were repeatedly warned by the separatists about where they could stand.

"Listen to me carefully: I am not subordinate of your Kiev and your (Ukrainian President Petro) Poroshenko," one militia commander told them.

A monitor takes pictures of the crash site on his tablet. Credit: APTN

Eventually one of the separatists told Mr Hug and his team to "get out of here" and return once they had agreed a time with the pro-Russians' commanders.

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