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    Ukraine rebels turn over MH17 black boxes, remains of victims
    Jul22

    Ukraine rebels turn over MH17 black boxes, remains of victims

    Rebels in eastern Ukraine have handed over the black boxes from downed flight MH17 and released a train carrying the remains of many victims. Earlier, the UN Security Council called for an investigation into the tragedy. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Rebecca Harms: ‘They’re covering the tracks’
    Jul21

    Rebecca Harms: ‘They’re covering the tracks’

    Rebecca Harms, co-chairwoman of the Greens in the European Parliament, says the separatists were behind the shooting down of flight MH17. She also calls for international control of the Ukrainian-Russian border. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Friedemann: Flight recorders can’t answer all questions
    Jul21

    Friedemann: Flight recorders can’t answer all questions

    German experts will be involved in the process of clearing up the details of the Ukraine plane crash. Jens Friedemann from the German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation lays out the various challenges. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine willing to hand MH17 crash investigation over to West
    Jul21

    Ukraine willing to hand MH17 crash investigation over to West

    Kyiv has said it is willing to hand control of the MH17 crash investigation over to Western authorities. Amid fresh fighting in Donetsk, Dutch investigators have arrived in east Ukraine to inspect recovered bodies. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    UN to vote on resolution demanding MH17 crash site access
    Jul21

    UN to vote on resolution demanding MH17 crash site access

    The UN is set to decide on a resolution demanding international access to the crash site of a downed passenger jet in Ukraine. Russia has echoed that sentiment, urging the incident not be used for political purposes. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Kerry: MH17 should be ‘a wake-up call’ for EU on sanctions
    Jul20

    Kerry: MH17 should be ‘a wake-up call’ for EU on sanctions

    US Secretary of State John Kerry has called the aftermath of the crash of flight MH17 in eastern Ukraine “the moment of truth for Russia.” He said he hoped the crash would make European countries more open to sanctions. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    ‘Hardly any doubt the plane was shot down’
    Jul20

    ‘Hardly any doubt the plane was shot down’

    All parties involved in the Ukraine conflict could be responsible for the crash of the Malaysian passenger jet, says Russian military journalist Alexander Golz. It appears that the plane was shot down from the ground. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Pressure grows on Russia to reduce tensions in Ukraine
    Jul20

    Pressure grows on Russia to reduce tensions in Ukraine

    There is growing international pressure on Moscow to use its influence on pro-Russian separatists following the shooting down of flight MH17 in eastern Ukraine. A reduction of tension in Ukraine is being urged. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine says evidence proves Russians behind MH17 attack
    Jul20

    Ukraine says evidence proves Russians behind MH17 attack

    Ukraine’s counterintelligence chief has said his country has proof that Russian citizens were behind the missile attack that brought down MH17. Pro-Russian separatists are reportedly hindering the crash investigation. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Golz: ‘An attack from the air can be excluded’
    Jul19

    Golz: ‘An attack from the air can be excluded’

    All parties involved in the Ukraine conflict could be responsible for the crash of the Malaysian passenger flight, says the military journalist Alexander Golz. It appears that the plane was shot down from the ground. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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