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    Dutch leader calls on Putin to help crash probe
    Jul19

    Dutch leader calls on Putin to help crash probe

    An angry Dutch prime minister says he has had an “extremely intense” telephone conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin in which he urged him to “show the world he intends to help” in the investigation into the Ukraine air disaster. …read more Source: Miami...

    Complete list of passengers and crew on flight MH17
    Jul19

    Complete list of passengers and crew on flight MH17

    Malaysia Airlines has released the manifest for flight MH17, the plane that was shot down over Ukraine on Thursday. The list of 298 passengers and crew includes Canadian Andei Anghel, a 24-year-old man from Ontario who had been studying medicine in Romania. The other people on board include 193 from the Netherlands, 43 from Malaysia, 27 from...

    Ukraine video claims proof of Russia-supplied anti-aircraft system
    Jul19

    Ukraine video claims proof of Russia-supplied anti-aircraft system

    The Ukrainian security ministry on Friday released a video in which officials claimed they have evidence proving pro-Russian separatists had the capability to shoot down the Malaysian Airlines jet that killed 298, including one American. …read more Source: Miami...

    With Jet’s Fall, War in Ukraine Becomes Global
    Jul19

    With Jet’s Fall, War in Ukraine Becomes Global

    The downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 rippled across multiple continents, bringing home in vivid relief the consequences of a struggle that had seemed far removed for many. …read more Source: The New York...

    Dutch leader calls on Putin to help crash probe
    Jul19

    Dutch leader calls on Putin to help crash probe

    THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — An angry Dutch prime minister says he has had an “extremely intense” telephone conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin in which he urged him to “show the world he intends to help” in the investigation into the Ukraine air disaster. …read more Source: San Francisco...

    Dozens pay tribute to Malaysia Airlines passengers, protest at Russian Embassy
    Jul19

    Dozens pay tribute to Malaysia Airlines passengers, protest at Russian Embassy

    A group of about three dozen people laid flowers and said prayers for the 298 dead passengers and crew on Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 outside the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands Saturday. Led by three priests, the group sang and remembered the victims during the vigil. Many held candles and single carnations. They were joined by Inna...

    Ukraine’s Air-Defense Intelligence Deepens Mystery
    Jul19

    Ukraine’s Air-Defense Intelligence Deepens Mystery

    Ukraine intelligence officials said they knew three days before the downing of Flight 17 that rebels in the east of the country possessed sophisticated air-defense systems capable of felling a jetliner at high altitudes. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

    Multiple bus crash in Germany kills 10, injures 69
    Jul19

    Multiple bus crash in Germany kills 10, injures 69

    BERLIN — A crash involving several buses on a highway in eastern Germany killed 10 people and injured 69, police said Saturday.The crash near Dresden occurred shortly before 2 a.m. when a Polish bus hit the rear of a Ukrainian bus and then broke through the median barrier, slamming into a Polish minibus traveling in the opposite direction,...

    Plane Families Must Wait to Go to Ukraine Site
    Jul19

    Plane Families Must Wait to Go to Ukraine Site

    THE HAGUE, Netherlands— Malaysia Airlines says it has no immediate plans to fly the relatives of 298 passengers and crew killed in the downing of Flight 17 to Ukraine to visit the site because of security concerns. A spokesman for the airline says next of kin are being cared for in Amsterdam while a team from the carrier, including security...

    MH17: Ukraine accuses rebels of interfering with evidence at crash site
    Jul19

    MH17: Ukraine accuses rebels of interfering with evidence at crash site

    A team of monitors from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe was initially blocked from accessing the site on Saturday morning, then permitted to inspect only a small section of the crash scene, including one of the aircraft’s engines …read more Source: The Globe and...