Relatives of the passengers and crew killed in the shooting down of flight MH17 testify in Dutch court for first time.
Boeing 777 travelling from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur was shot down by a missile from rebel-held eastern Ukraine in 2014.
Four defendants are standing trial, three in absentia, over the 2014 downing of the MH17 passenger jet over Ukraine.
Four men being tried in absentia over deaths of 298 on board, in incident during Ukraine war that led to global outrage.
Repeated searches for the plane in the southern Indian Ocean were called off in 2018 after failing to find the aircraft.
Air France-KLM, Japan Airlines and AirAsia are among the carriers interested in buying a stake in Malaysia Airlines.
Malaysia’s decision is another blow to Boeing after it reported a big slump in orders due to the grounding of the MAX.
Vladimir Tsemakh, suspect in the downing of the airliner, was among dozens of prisoners exchanged by Kyiv and Moscow.
Phone intercepts show rebels accused of shooting down the plane had ‘close ties’ with Russia before the 2014 attack.
Rainsy said he planned to return on Independence Day in what Prime Minister Hun Sen characterised as an attempted coup.
Court orders release of Volodymyr Tsemakh, suspected of involvement in 2014 downing of Malaysian Airlines flight.
Some of the 6,000 workers who were laid off after the MH370 and MH17 disasters are still searching for work.
Families, investigators urge Russia to cooperate, five years after plane shot down over rebel-held territory in Ukraine.
Leaders of a Russian-backed militia have been indicted and will face trial in the Netherlands in March 2020.