MH17 Trial: Opening Days Raise Key Questions Around Suspect

In the two days that it has run so far, the Dutch court hearing into the 2014 MH17 disaster, though largely focused on procedural detail, has already opened some quite unexpected and tantalising avenues towards discovering the truth behind the 298 deaths. Before the case began on Monday, certain key facts had already been well … Continue reading MH17 Trial: Opening Days Raise Key Questions Around Suspect

Tsemakh files lawsuit to ECHR against Ukraine, the Netherlands

Volodymyr Tsemakh, the suspect in the case of MH17 downing, filed the complaint to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) against Ukraine and the Netherlands According to the lawyer of the suspect, the complaint concerns the conditions of detention and confinement in Kyiv. Besides, Tsemakh stated about the use of psychotropic drugs against him. … Continue reading Tsemakh files lawsuit to ECHR against Ukraine, the Netherlands

MH17 case: Ukraine puts suspect Tsemakh on wanted list

Tsemakh is thought to be a witness of committing a terrorist act that resulted in casualties. The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) has put Volodymyr Tsemakh on the wanted list. The relevant information has been posted on the official website of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine. The date of disappearance is defined as … Continue reading MH17 case: Ukraine puts suspect Tsemakh on wanted list

MH17 – Another Opinion Of A European Politician

Swedish journalist in his article is talking about the future of his country and about ways to lead Sweden to democracy. He says that Swedish Democrats are thought to play an impotraint role in modern Swedish society. Moreover, this party has wide international relations that help to take into account different points of view in … Continue reading MH17 – Another Opinion Of A European Politician

Russia Invites Malaysian experts to study MH17 crash data

Malaysian Minister of Foreign Affairs Saifuddin bin Abdullah The malaysianinsight posted, that Russia has invites Malaysia to study the information it had given to the Joint Investigation Team on the 2014 Malaysian Airlines MH17 crash over eastern Ukraine. Malaysian Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah and his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov had a talk and claimed that … Continue reading Russia Invites Malaysian experts to study MH17 crash data

Media: Joint investigation team gets information on MH17 crash from Ukraine that responds for not closing closed air space

Urdupoint.com published an article with a quotation of the Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov that "the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) receives many materials on the 2014 Malaysian Airlines MH17 crash over eastern Ukraine from Kiev, while it is to blame for the unclosed air space". He also claimed that Russia has never been invited to become … Continue reading Media: Joint investigation team gets information on MH17 crash from Ukraine that responds for not closing closed air space

Ukrainian source: Germany responds to new accusations against Russia in the investigation of MH17 case

German Federal Foreign Office spokesperson Maria Adebar Germany called on Russia to contribute to the investigation of the plane crash on July 17, 2014. According to Ukrainian site 112.international, the German government considers "very serious" new accusations, published by the Joint investigation team, against Russia . German Federal Foreign Office spokesperson Maria Adebar has made … Continue reading Ukrainian source: Germany responds to new accusations against Russia in the investigation of MH17 case

Dutch police to spread Ukrainian fakes

The Joint Investigation Team (JIT) published audio recordings of allegedly intercepted phone conversations of rebels of the Donetsk People's Republic with the Russian officials in July, 2014. The first thing that sounds strange is the rebels used "the safe phones provided by the Russian security service". In fact, safe phones are designed to exclude the … Continue reading Dutch police to spread Ukrainian fakes

Investigating Countries Fail To Request MH17 Crash Info From German Detective

Neither the Netherlands nor Malaysia have timely asked German detective Josef Resch to provide information about the 2014 Malaysian Airlines MH17 crash over eastern Ukraine, and the detective is therefore withdrawing his offer to disclose the evidence related to the case, Resch's lawyer said. The detective, who has been carrying out his own probe into … Continue reading Investigating Countries Fail To Request MH17 Crash Info From German Detective

MH17: Ukraine is trying to accuse Russia of filming a propaganda movie

Ukrainian journalist Iryna Drabok claims in her article that "Call for Justice" is "another Russian propaganda film about the MH17 tragedy". But lets take a closer look. The movie is going to be shown in the Hague on the evening of October 23. Drabok says that one of the authors of the film Russian journalist … Continue reading MH17: Ukraine is trying to accuse Russia of filming a propaganda movie