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    Authorities obtained a phone intercept between Russian commanders, including person of interest code-named Delfin, ordering the movement of the missile launcher that brought down Malaysia Airline Flight 17 over Ukraine in 2014. Experts matched that audio to a recorded phone call between Russian general Niikolai Fedorovich Tkachev and a reporter from "The Insider."

Authorities obtained a phone intercept between Russian commanders, including person of interest code-named Delfin, ordering the movement of the missile launcher that brought down Malaysia Airline Flight 17 over Ukraine in 2014. Experts matched that audio to a recorded phone call between Russian general Niikolai Fedorovich Tkachev and a reporter from "The Insider." Maureen Chowdhury/McClatchy
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