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A surface-to-air missile struck a Malaysia Airlines plane carrying 298 people that went down today in Ukraine near the Russian border, a U.S. official told ABC News.
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An American official said today that the U.S. believes a single surface-to-air missile caused the crash of an Malaysia Airlines plane in Ukraine today, potentially answering one of a host of questions about the tragedy, but leaving two big ones: If thatâ€™s true, who fired the missile, and was the plane the real target?
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