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MH17 crash site needs full forensic sweep: Dutch

MH17 crash site needs full forensic sweep: Dutch

Dutch experts called Monday for a full forensic sweep of the site where Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 went down and told armed separatists guarding rail cars full of victims' bodies in a nearby town the train must be allowed to leave as soon as possible. Four days after the Boeing 777 was shot out...

MH17 CRASH

Investigators reach Ukraine site

Investigators reach Ukraine site

International investigators have arrived at the crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, after rebels in eastern Ukraine allowed them access. The Organization for the Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) said 30 of its staff arrived by helicopter at the scene near the village of Grabovo. The plane, carrying 298 people, crashed in rebel-held...

Why was a flight MH17 flying over a conflict zone?

Why was a flight MH17 flying over a conflict zone?

The Boeing 777 downed in Ukraine with the loss of 295 passengers was flying just 1,000 feet above a “no-fly” zone covering the troubled region, British newspaper The Independent reports. Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was on a routine flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur when it crashed, apparently after being hit by a missile. The...

MH370 search

The investigation into the fate of Flight MH370 has been muddied by five weeks of frenzied speculation, none of which has helped the search mission Science and data analysis is slowly but surely leading us to the final resting place of Flight MH370. Meanwhile, five weeks of speculation and conspiracy theories have been worse than useless in the quest to find the missing airliner. The last "ping" from the black-box flight recorder was detected last Tuesday as its battery ran down....

Malaysia 'will not give up' MH370 search

Malaysia 'will not give up' MH370 search

Malaysia will not give up on the search for missing flight MH370, its prime minister said as he visited the search hub in Perth. Prime Minister Najib Razak's comments came at a joint news conference with Australian leader Tony Abbott. Najib praised the search effort, saying the co-operation amid "great tragedy" had "given us all...

MH370 search baffles even US navy super plane

MH370 search baffles even US navy super plane

Of all the 20 aircraft and ships out scouring the vast Indian Ocean for debris from Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, the US Navy's P-8 Poseidon seems perhaps the most likely to help unlock modern aviation's most confounding mystery. Five workstations lining the fuselage display high-definition video from the top-secret sensors that make this one...

Aussie ship close to possible MH370 debris

Aussie ship close to possible MH370 debris

An Australian navy ship was close to finding possible debris from a missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner on Monday as a mounting number of sightings of floating objects raised hopes wreckage of the plane may soon be found. The HMAS Success should reach two objects spotted by Australian military aircraft by Tuesday morning at the...

Malaysia says MH370 crashed in Indian Ocean

Malaysia says MH370 crashed in Indian Ocean

The Malaysia Airlines plane that disappeared over two weeks ago crashed in the southern Indian Ocean, Prime Minister Najib Razak said on Monday. New satellite analysis from Britain had shown that Flight MH370, with 239 people on board, was last seen in the middle of the Indian Ocean west of Perth, Australia, he said...

  

Final 54 minutes of ‘perfectly routine’ communication from MH370

Final 54 minutes of ‘perfectly routine’ communication from MH370

A transcript of conversations between the co-pilot and the control tower, and other air traffic controllers, runs from the time the Boeing 777 was taxiing to its last known position thousands of feet above the South China Sea. It includes exchanges from a point at which investigators believe the plane had already been sabotaged,...

MISSING MALAYSIAN PLANE

Flight engineer under probe

Flight engineer under probe

Police are allegedly investigating a flight engineer who was among the passengers on the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 as they focus on the pilots and anyone else on board who had technical flying knowledge, a senior police official said. The aviation engineer, Mohd Khairul Amri Selamat, 29, a Malaysian, had said on social...

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