Monitors Barred From MH17 Crash Site Try Again

International monitors trying to investigate the MH17 crash site are making a second attempt Ukraine Saturday morning, despite being turned away by gunmen the day before. A group from the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) will try to scour fields where the bulk of debris and human remains are lying, the rights and security watchdog said. There was nothing to indicate the team's access would be restricted a second time by the separatist fighters, OSCE spokesman Michael Bociurkiv told NBC News, unlike Friday when the monitors were blocked by "impolite and unprofessional" gunmen.

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