MOSCOW - The Public Prosecution Service of the Netherlands is still examining a theory whereby the Malaysian Boeing was shot down in Ukraine by a Russian Buk rocket, but to say that the parts discovered earlier were precisely of this system would be premature, Public Prosecution Service spokesman Wim de Bruin said.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has accused the Netherlands of concealing from Russia findings from the investigation into the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17, TASS news agency reported Monday.
A United States government report implicating Russia in the July 2014 crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was created by political writers rather than intelligence analysts, a former CIA analyst-turned-political activist told Russia's Sputnik News.
MOSCOW – The Dutch National Public Prosecutor's Office may publicize any specific results of its criminal investigation into the crash of a Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 (MH17) in eastern Ukraine any earlier than at the end of 2015 or the beginning of 2016, Dutch National Public Prosecutor's Office spokesperson Wim de Bruin told Interfax on Aug. 19.
MOSCOW - In recent years, trade relations between Russia and the Netherlands have at times blossomed and at times wilted. This summer they went up in smoke.
An audio clip purported to prove extraordinary allegations that the CIA downed MH17 was hopeless Russian propaganda, it has been claimed.
An Indonesian airliner carrying 54 people was missing Sunday after it lost contact with ground control while flying in bad weather on a short flight in the country's mountainous easternmost province of Papua, officials said.
Freelance journalist Billy Six has recently come to the attention of the world's media after publishing previously unpublished footage of the MH17 crash sitefilmed shortly after impact, as well as featuring in Russia Today's recent MH17 documentary. In this interview with Bellingcat, Billy Six details some of his other investigations into the events surrounding the downing of Flight MH17.
Russia has stoked tensions with the West by burning Dutch flowers, in what has been regarded as a political statement over the investigation into the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 disaster headed by the Netherlands.
Not all propaganda is created equal. For every piece of elegantly crafted misinformation meant to sway hearts and minds, there is spin so poorly produced that it borders on the absurd. Case in point, a comically bad audio recording released by the Russian tabloid Komsomolskaya Pravda on Aug. 12 of two alleged CIA agents conspiring to bring down Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17, which crashed in eastern Ukraine on July 17, 2014.
WASHINGTON – Washington continues to support the investigation into the causes of the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 crash in Ukraine's east, which is conducted by the Netherlands, but it still believes the plane was shot down by surface-to-air missiles fired by Russian-backed separatists, Deputy Spokesperson Mark Toner for the U.S. Department of State said.
MOSCOW - Prosecutors in the Netherlands revealed on Aug. 11 that they had found what could be pieces of a Russian-made surface-to-air missile system in eastern Ukraine, in the area of the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17.
An international team of criminal investigators is inspecting missile parts recovered from the eastern Ukraine site of last year's crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in hopes of determining who is responsible for downing the plane, killing all 298 people on board.
Fragments of a suspected Russian missile system have been found at the Flight MH17 crash site in Ukraine, investigators in the Netherlands say.
The team reviewing the cause of the fatal crash of MH17 has said they have discovered what may be parts of an anti-aircraft missile near the site. Ukraine and pro-Russian rebels have blamed each other for the incident.
Dutch prosecutors say they have found possible parts of a Russian-made BUK missile system at the site in eastern Ukraine where Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 was brought down in 2014, killing all 298 people on board.
THE HAGUE - Investigators probing the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine said Tuesday they had identified pieces that "possibly" come from a Russian-made BUK missile, where the plane crashed.
Fragments of a suspected Russian missile system have been found at the Flight MH17 crash site in eastern Ukraine, investigators say.
On July 29, Russia vetoed a draft UN resolution seeking to set up a tribunal to prosecute those responsible for shooting down a Malaysia Airlines jumbo jet more than a year ago.
Just over a year after the anniversary of the tragic downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17, a new trickle of conspiracy theories have emerged, including the use of an Israeli rocket launched from a Georgian aircraft downing MH17 and an undercover CIA agent working for the BBC plotting the plane's downing. These new narratives are yet more entries in an ever-expanding corpus of outlandish theories to explain the tragedy, which have received varying levels of support from the Kremlin and its media outlets.