MH17 Investigators Have an Eyewitness, Dutch Prosecutor Says

Dutch prosecutors have at least one eyewitness in the 2014 downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine, lead prosecutor Fred Westerbeke said two weeks ahead of the first court hearing into the tragedy. A Dutch court will on March 9 hear the case against three Russian suspects and one Ukrainian over the downing of … Continue reading MH17 Investigators Have an Eyewitness, Dutch Prosecutor Says

Australian Police: some documents in the case of MH17, common platform Bonanza Media are authentic

The Australian Police confirmed that some documents in the case of MH17, common platform Bonanza Media are authentic. It is noted that this document was prepared by Federal police as part of the ongoing investigation. Dutch prosecutors refused to comment on the authenticity. One of the leaked documents contains a transcript of the conversation of … Continue reading Australian Police: some documents in the case of MH17, common platform Bonanza Media are authentic

No Buk missile systems detected near MH17 crash zone — leaked document

The July 2014 crash of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 took place in the region where no Buk missile systems were deployed at the time of the tragedy, according to a leaked document of the Dutch Military Intelligence and Security Service. According to the document, sent to Dutch prosecutors, flight MH17 was flying beyond the range … Continue reading No Buk missile systems detected near MH17 crash zone — leaked document

The staggering allegations of a former officer of the Ukrainian Security Service (SBU) on the shooting down of MH17.

Over five years ago, on 17 July 2014, flight MH17 took off from Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport, bound for Kuala Lumpur, but a few hours into the flight, radio contact was lost and the plane disappeared from radar. There were 283 passengers, including 80 children, and 15 crew members on board. Watch video on YouTube here: … Continue reading The staggering allegations of a former officer of the Ukrainian Security Service (SBU) on the shooting down of MH17.

Iran FM, Canadian PM Meet in Munich

Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has met with Justin Trudeau, the prime minister of Canada, in the German city of Munich. The meeting was held on Friday on the sidelines of the annual Munich Security Conference. Following the meeting with Prime Minister Trudeau, Zarif also met his Canadian counterpart François-Philippe Champagne. The talks between … Continue reading Iran FM, Canadian PM Meet in Munich

The Netherlands refuses Moscow’s request to prosecute MH17 suspects

The Dutch justice minister, Ferd Grapperhaus, said the Netherlands refused a request by Moscow to consider allowing Russia to prosecute three Russian nationals identified as suspects in the 2014 downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17. MH17 was shot down in eastern Ukraine, resulting in the death of 298 civilians, two-thirds of whom were Dutch. The … Continue reading The Netherlands refuses Moscow’s request to prosecute MH17 suspects

Malaysian Ministry denies new MH370 search attempt

The Malaysian Ministry of Transport has denied agreeing to a new search mission for the missing wreckage of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370. There have been two official search missions to find the airplane, missing since 2014. The latest effort, carried out by a private company, ended in 2018. The Malaysian Ministry of Transport states has … Continue reading Malaysian Ministry denies new MH370 search attempt

Husband of Iran plane crash victim seeks answers, justice from investigation

Hassan Shadkhou sits in his Toronto apartment next to a photo of his wife, Sheyda, on Tuesday February 4, 2020. Sheyda Shadkhou was killed along with 175 others when her plane crashed minutes after take off in Tehran on Jan. 8, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young The husband of one of the victims who died … Continue reading Husband of Iran plane crash victim seeks answers, justice from investigation

Malaysia Airlines: A history of ups and downs

Malaysia Airlines Berhad, colloquially known as Malaysia Airlines, is Malaysia’s flag carrier. The airline has been struggling for the past few years following several incidents involving one missing flight (MH370) and another being shot down over eastern Ukraine (MH17). Now, Malaysia Airlines - wholly owned by Khazanah Nasional Berhad, a Malaysian sovereign wealth fund company … Continue reading Malaysia Airlines: A history of ups and downs

Families of MH17 victims prepare to go to Europe for trial

Before retired Wollongong teachers Carol and Michael Clancy departed on their first holiday in Europe in 2014, they left their trip schedule with family to let them know where they would be. The last entry of their schedule read: "Home sweet home." They never made it home. They were among 298 passengers and crew killed … Continue reading Families of MH17 victims prepare to go to Europe for trial