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The Latest: Ex-war crimes judge: Dutch report refutes Russia

14 October 2015 10:14:59 - Europe News

THE HAGUE, Netherlands — The latest news on the report into the crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in eastern Ukraine last year. All times local. 9:55 p.m. Geoffrey Robertson, a former United Nations war crimes judge, said the Dutch Safety Board report on MH-17 is important because it refutes Russian "lies and propaganda" claiming the Malaysian Airlines flight was shot down by a Ukrainian plane, not by a missile. But he said the families of the victims still don't know what the next step will be in their quest for justice. He says "the families must wait until the Dutch criminal report, which is due at Christmas or shortly afterward, which would try to identify those criminally...

Vice All News Time14 October 2015 10:14:59


Family members of MH370 passengers, crew already informed, says MAS

07 August 2015 00:14:52 Intellasia East Asia News

Intellasia East Asia News Malaysia Airlines (MAS) said early this morning that family members of passengers and crew of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, which is now confirmed to have crashed, have already been informed of the latest development. This follows prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s announcement that the aircraft debris, the flaperon which washed up on the shores

Vice All News Time07 August 2015 00:14:52

The Latest on MH370: China says confirmation points to crash

06 August 2015 23:55:04 Intellasia East Asia News

Intellasia East Asia News The latest on the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 (all times local): 1 p.m. China’s Foreign Ministry has reacted to Malaysia’s confirmation by saying that the result points to a conclusion that the flight crashed. The statement by spokeswoman Hua Chunying went on to express sorrow for the passengers and deep sympathy for their families,

Vice All News Time06 August 2015 23:55:04

Aviation's latest mystery: What brought down Germanwings 9525?

24 March 2015 21:39:14 - Europe News

Just over a year after Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared over the Indian Ocean without making a distress call, the aviation world faced a new mystery Tuesday: the crash of a Germanwings jetliner in the French Alps with 150 passengers and crew members aboard. Germanwings A320 crashes in French Alps Sebastien Nogier / European Pressphoto Agency Emergency vehicles wait in Seyne les Alpes, France, on Tuesday near the crash site of the Germanwings Airbus A320. (Sebastien Nogier / European Pressphoto Agency) But European investigators should have a far easier time unraveling the Germanwings mystery, after quickly finding the wreckage and recovering the recorders from the Airbus A320....

Vice All News Time24 March 2015 21:39:14

Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 Victims’ Relatives Flies to Malaysia to Find Answers; Plane Crash Affects Country’s Travel, Tourism Growth

13 February 2015 00:12:14 Intellasia East Asia News

Almost one year and we still haven’t found any vital clues on what happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. We have gathered the latest updates regarding the incident. The latest news is that the families of the passengers from the missing aircraft will be going to Malaysia in order to find answers. If you can

Vice All News Time13 February 2015 00:12:14

Dutch military plane carrying bodies from Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crash lands in Eindhoven

23 July 2014 16:25:50 - World News

Travel Deals $1325 & up -- Rome, Florence & Venice 7-Nts. from Philly   See all travel deals » The Associated Press Posted: Wednesday, July 23, 2014, 8:49 AM EINDHOVEN, Netherlands (AP) - Dutch military plane carrying bodies from Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crash lands in Eindhoven. The Associated Press Advertise Here Latest News Video Latest News Stories: Phila.: OK folks, YOU fix the schools! A late, last goodbye for family of...

Vice All News Time23 July 2014 16:25:50

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20 July 2014 22:55:20 - World News

Here's the latest news for Sunday, July 20th: Deadliest day of Israel-Gaza fighting; Rebels move Malaysia Airlines crash bodies; Militias battle over Tripoli, Libya airport; James Garner dead at 86. advertisement | advertise on newsday Please log in to comment. Civility matters; to read our commenting guidelines. Log in Please enable JavaScript to view the More in...

Vice All News Time20 July 2014 22:55:20

Agreement over removal of bodies

20 July 2014 11:13:31

The Ukraine government and the pro-Russia separatists who control the site of the Malaysian plane crash have reached a preliminary agreement to remove the bodies of the victims, a senior Ukrainian official said. News reports of how the bodies have been decaying for days in the summer sun have ignited outrage worldwide, especially from Holland, home to over half the 298 victims. Ukraine's emergency officials said today that 196 bodies have been recovered in an operation involving nearly 300 volunteers and rebels. Ukraine and the separatists accuse each other of firing a surface-to-air missile at Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 on Thursday as it flew from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur some 33,000ft above the battlefields of eastern Ukraine. Both deny the charge. The US has pointed blame at the separatists, saying Washington believes the jet was probably downed by an SA-11 missile from rebel-held territory and "we cannot rule out technical assistance from Russian personnel". The latest US intelligence assessment suggests that more than one missile system was given to the separatists by the Russians in the last week or so. But both Russia and the rebels vehemently deny any role in downing...

Vice All News Time20 July 2014 11:13:31

Disaster wipes out entire Malay family

20 July 2014 08:03:34 The Asian Age

Jamilah Noriah Abang Anuar (right) lost her daughter Ariza and her family. An entire family of six that had been returning home after three years living abroad was among the 44 Malaysians killed in the MH17 disaster, media reports said on Saturday. Tambi Jiee, 49, and his wife Ariza Ghazalee, 46, perished along with their four children when the Malaysia Airlines flight went down in eastern Ukraine. They were reportedly returning to Malaysia after her husband’s three-year posting in Kazakhstan for energy giant Shell, first taking a short European holiday. Images of a wailing Jamilah Noriah Abang Anuar, 72 Ariza’s mother dominated front pages of Malaysian dailies on Saturday. “I lost my daughter and her family in a blink of an eye,” the New Straits Times quoted her as saying from her home in the eastern Malaysian state of Sarawak on Borneo island. Ariza had posted a photo on Facebook showing the family’s luggage as they prepared to embark from Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport for the flight to Kuala Lumpur. “17 July 2014, starting our new hijrah (journey), Alham-dulillah (praise God),” read the accompanying message. Her son Afzal Tambi also posted his thanks and farewells to friends from Kazakhstan on Thursday. “Before it gets too cheesy, I just want to thank everyone who made it bearable for me to live here and for sharing with me amazing memories to reminisce on.” The latest Malaysia Airlines disaster has rekindled the grief of MH370 relatives who say the new crash bears out their furious criticisms of the nation’s flag carrier and government. Flight MH17, a Boeing 777-200, went down in strife-torn eastern Ukraine on Thursday with 298 passengers and crew, mostly Dutch citizens. he tragedy has reopened the deep emotional wounds caused by the March 8 disappearance of flight MH370, whose fate remains one of the biggest aviation mysteries ever. Many of them have repeatedly accused the airline and Malaysian government of withholding information and of suspicious conduct in handling the probe into the disaster. “My heart is breaking for another 295 souls on board, and another 295 families. Now I cannot stop shaking,” said Sarah Bajc, partner of MH370 passenger Philip Wood.

Vice null Time20 July 2014 08:03:34

MH17 Guildford father-of-two named as eighth British victim

19 July 2014 20:29:38 Russia News latest RSS headlines - Russia

A father-of-two from Surrey who moved to New Zealand as a child has been named as the latest British victim of the Malaysia Airlines crash over ...

Vice All News Time19 July 2014 20:29:38