Air crash investigators have recovered more body parts from the site where MH17 fell in eastern Ukraine after the Boeing 777 was shot out of the sky nine months ago.
The Netherlands says that, with nearly all of the victims of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 identified, efforts has shifted to finding those responsible for shooting the plane down over Ukraine last year.
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HRABOVE – Malaysian experts who have come to the Boeing crash site in the Donetsk region intend to collect every remaining piece of the aircraft and remains of its passengers, expert team member Michael Marshall said.
HRABOVE – The bodies of two more victims of the MH17 crash near Donetsk last year have not been found, Malaysian expert Michael Marshall told journalists during a visit to the crash site on Thursday.
A Russian veterans organization is planning to display a piece of the Malaysia Airlines passenger jet shot down over Ukraine at a museum.
Nine months after Malaysian Airlines MH17 crashed in eastern Ukraine, investigators have gained access to the area where the last unexamined wreckage lies and hope to recover remains of the last two victims.
MOSCOW – Emergency officials in the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic (DPR) and Malaysian experts are expected to start a joint investigation of the MH17 crash site on April 14, militants said.
A team of seven experts of the Royal Malaysian Police left for Kyiv on Saturday morning in order to resume the search for new evidence and the debris of the crashed Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 (flight MH17), which is believed to have been downed in Donbas in July 2014, according to Malaysian media.
The Defense Ministry of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic will guarantee the safety of the Malaysian criminologists scheduled to work at the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crash site.
The Dutch government has released nearly 600 documents related to the July 17 crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crash in eastern Ukraine. Investigators made the documents available after local news outlets pressured the government with freedom of information requests, although documents containing private data of the 298 victims will remain classified, the Dutch NL Times reported.
The Joint Investigation Team (JIT), comprised of investigators from Belgium, Australia, Ukraine, Malaysia and the Netherlands, is charged with bringing the "perpetrators of the attack on MH17 (Malaysian Airlines Flight 17) to justice."
Access to the Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 crash site in Donetsk region is still dangerous as the separatist militants don't observe the ceasefire, Deputy Defense Minister of Ukraine, Chief of Staff, Petro Mekhed has said.
An international team investigating the downing of a Malaysia Airlines plane over eastern Ukraine in July 2014 has urged witnesses to come forward who saw a Buk missile launcher in the area.
The names of those who operated the Russian Buk missile system, which is believed to have destroyed Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17, have not been established but the investigation has gathered witness testimony.
At a press briefing in Kyiv on March 30, the Ukrainian Prosecutor General's Office screened a film which stated that a Buk missile system transported by Russia into Ukraine was used to down Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 in July 2014.
AMSTERDAM - Dutch prosecutors said on March 30 they are looking for witnesses in eastern Ukraine who may have seen a Russian-made BUK rocket being fired at Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, saying this was the "leading scenario" in their crash investigation.
An international investigation into the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 disaster is officially looking into a scenario that the plane was downed by a missile fired from conflict-ridden eastern Ukraine.
The international investigation of the Malaysian Airlines MH17 plane crash can be completed by the end of 2015 at the earliest, according to Ukraine's Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin.
AMSTERDAM - Dutch prosecutors said on March 30 they are looking for witnesses in eastern Ukraine who may have seen a Russian-made BUK rocket being fired at Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, although they added that they have not yet concluded what caused the crash.