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At one point on Saturday, a Reuters correspondent heard a senior rebel tell the OSCE delegation they could not approach the wreckage and would simply be informed in due course of an investigation conducted by the separatists. Fighters later let them visit an area where one of the Boeing 777's two engines lay. CONDEMNATION Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko condemned the interference with work at the crash site, saying he would not tolerate behavior that threatened an objective investigation. "We will not tolerate interference with the work of the commission," he said. Some officials fear that the crash site may have already been compromised. Locals wandered over a part of the crash site on the outskirts of the village of Rozsypne, leaving flowers and toys on the wreckage.
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1. Owner Karen Grisamore stepped outside the restaurant Friday morning after six hours at the breakfast grill, where shed been cooking pancakes, eggs, bacon and sausage since 3:30 a.m. As she let assistant Vicki Jackson take care of the odd diner coming in for a brunch, she said shed decided to close Whitehouse Restaurant about a month ago.
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"No one showed up." An armed man who appeared to have been drinking was there, Bociurkiw said, but he wasn't helpful. "He kind of rushed all of them away, including the journalists." Militiamen would have to trust international and Ukrainian crews enough to let them in, and trust is scarce in the conflict zone, Sneider said. Many militiamen hold conspiracy theories about the crash. "They claim that it's a provocation conjured up by the Ukrainian authorities in Kiev." They don't trust anything coming out of Kiev, he said. The OSCE crew is at the site to get an overview and report back what they see. They usually act as observers in conflict zones and are not equipped or trained to recover bodies and evidence.
Mitrano said she started working on clay mono-printing, which she learned from WWAC teacher Priscilla Algava. She said the process is complicated but gives her a lot of freedom and often leaves behind "surprises" she did not expect to show up. She also said she can collage with the technique and paint designs using cut outs or drawing free hand. It is a less stringent form of art than her water color paintings and she wants to continue to do more work like this, said Ms.