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Was MH17 shot down by a Ukrainian fighter jet?

was mh17 shot down by a ukrainian fighter jet?
New evidence suggests that the downing of the Malaysian Airlines plane MH17 in July 2014 was caused by a shot from a Ukrainian fighter jet rather than a ground-to-air missile.
MailOnline Also reported by •MailOnline India

Was MH17 shot down by a Ukrainian fighter jet? BBC documentary claims Boeing 777 may have been targeted by another plane 

was mh17 shot down by a ukrainian fighter jet? bbc documentary claims boeing 777 may have been targeted by another plane 
New evidence suggests that the downing of the Malaysian Airlines plane MH17 in July 2014 was caused by a shot from a Ukrainian fighter jet rather than a ground-to-air missile.
MailOnline

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News video: Debris 'Almost Certainly' from Malaysia's MH370

Debris 'Almost Certainly' from Malaysia's MH370 01:16

A piece of debris discovered in Mozambique, is one of two plane parts authorities say are 'almost certainly' from missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. The plane went missing two years ago with 239..
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News video: Mozambique Debris ‘Almost Certainly’ From MH370

Mozambique Debris ‘Almost Certainly’ From MH370 00:57

Two pieces of debris recently found in Mozambique are “almost certainly” from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, Malaysia's transport minister said Thursday. Photo: Australian Transport Safety..
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News video: Mozambique Debris ‘Almost Certainly' From MH370

Mozambique Debris ‘Almost Certainly' From MH370 00:56

Two pieces of debris recently found in Mozambique are “almost certainly” from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, Malaysia's transport minister said Thursday. Photo: Australian Transport Safety..
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News video: Plane debris ‘highly likely’ from missing flight MH370

Plane debris ‘highly likely’ from missing flight MH370 01:04

A team investigating Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 say debris found on a Mozambique beach earlier this month is highly likely to be from the missing plane. “From the paint and the stencils of these..
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News video: Airline Criticized for Sexist Ad

Airline Criticized for Sexist Ad 00:42

The Malaysian airlines "Firefly" had to issue an apology for their sexist ads. Sloane Glass (@sloaneglass) has more.
Source: Veuer -

 

Australia encouraged by UN support for criminal tribunal into MH17 crash

*London, July 29 (ANI): Australia has said that it is encouraged by United Nations Security Council support to set up an international criminal tribunal into the Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 crash in..
ANI News

Underwater sonar device lost during the search for doomed Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 is recovered from the sea bed

underwater sonar device lost during the search for doomed malaysia airlines flight mh370 is recovered from the sea bed
Experts hunting for missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 have recovered the 'towfish,' an underwater sonar device, almost four kilometres below the surface of the southern Indian Ocean.
MailOnline

MH370 Malaysian Airlines search team find sonar gadget they'd lost in the Indian Ocean

mh370 malaysian airlines search team find sonar gadget they'd lost in the indian ocean
The towfish and 14,764ft of cable - worth £2.17million - became separated from the Australian search vessel when it collided with a with a mud volcano in January this year.
MailOnline

Debris found in Mozambique definitively from MH370

*Canberra:* The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) on Wednesday released a Technical Examination Report which has definitively said the debris found in Mozambique originated from lost Malaysia..
Mid-Day

Malaysia Airlines boss resigns

malaysia airlines boss resigns
Malaysian Airlines chief executive Christoph Mueller resigns after less than one year of leading the carriers efforts to reorganise. ......
WorldNews Also reported by •BBC News

More pieces of missing Malaysian airplane MH370 are identified

The Australian government confirmed today that two items of debris recovered on a beach in Mozambique are from Malaysian Airlines 370, the airplane that mysteriously disappeared in March 2014 with..
The Verge

Mozambique debris almost certainly from MH370: Australia

Two pieces of debris recovered from beaches in Mozambique almost certainly belong to the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, Australian officials said on Tuesday, signalling a possible breakthrough..
DNA Also reported by •allAfrica.com

Suspected MH370 debris being examined in Australia

Canberra, April 19: Pieces of debris suspected to be parts of the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 will be shipped back to Malaysia this week after undergoing careful examination by Australia's..
Oneindia

Australian Transport Safety Bureau: 2 debris recovered in Mozambique 'almost certainly' from Malaysian Airlines flight 370


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Malaysian Airlines is being sued by the families of four passengers killed on MH370

malaysian airlines is being sued by the families of four passengers killed on mh370
The families of Robert and Catherine Lawton and Rodney and Mary Burrows, who were killed on Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 in 2014, are suing the airline.
MailOnline

Debris suspected to be part of missing flight MH370 found in Mauritius

A piece of debris found on Rodrigues Island in the east-African nation of Mauritius is of interest to authorities searching for missing Malaysian Airlines flight, MH370. The Australian government..
Mashable

CNN Chief Jeff Zucker Defends Donald Trump Coverage After Another Record-Setting Night

NEW YORK -- CNN president Jeff Zucker on Wednesday defended his network’s heavy focus on Republican front-runner Donald Trump the day before, particularly its coverage of the arrest of Trump's..
Huffington Post

Court dismisses Malaysia Airlines' bid to strike out MH370 suit

The Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 disappeared with all passengers on board on March, 2014.
DNA


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