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THE HAGUE, September 04. /ITAR-TASS/. A preliminary report on the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crash probe will be published on September 9, the Dutch Safety Board that is leading the investigation said on Thursday.
"The preliminary report will present factual information based on sources available to the Dutch Safety Board," the investigators said adding that they hoped to publish a final report on the causes of the July 17 tragedy within a year.
The Netherlands is in charge of the investigation of the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 crash in eastern Ukraine that killedall 298 people on board. Among them were 193 Dutch citizens.