July 27th, 2014
12:34 PM ET

Cuomo: MH17 victims not getting dignity they deserve

In the above video, CNN's "New Day" co-anchor Chris Cuomo tells Brian Stelter about what he witnessed on the ground in Ukraine while covering the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17.

Filed under: Reliable Sources
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  4. Michael Bauer

    Disappointed. Why weren't the questions raised by the RT host addressed? Why aren't images released by US? This is the "grain of truth" in their propaganda and should be addressed. The other point raised was that Americans use "social media" as proof – a reference to State Department comment on Russian separatist claims of shoot down before realizing was civilian aircraft. Again, should be addressed. Instead, RT can go away and claim "truth". Both the point and the opportunity were missed.

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