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Rebels claim Kiev now controls part of MH17 site

Shakht - Ukraine's army on Monday seized control of part of the vast site where Malaysian airliner MH17 crashed, insurgents said, as the United Nations announced the downing of the plane could constitute a war crime.
In the Media by Dario Thuburn in Donetsk with Hui Min Neo in Kiev (AFP)

Ukraine wrests control of part of MH17 crash site from rebels

Donetsk - The Ukrainian army has seized control of part of the vast crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 in the east of the country, pro-Russia rebels said on Monday.
In the Media by AFP - 1 comment

Rebels claim Kiev now controls part of MH17 site

Shakht - Ukraine's army on Monday seized control of part of the vast site where Malaysian airliner MH17 crashed, insurgents said, as the United Nations announced the downing of the plane could constitute a war crime.
In the Media by Dario Thuburn in Donetsk with Hui Min Neo in Kiev (AFP)

Dutch, Australian police in fresh bid for MH17 site access

Donetsk - Dutch and Australian police will make a fresh attempt on Monday to reach the crash site of Malaysian flight MH17 in insurgent-held east Ukraine, after heavy fighting nearby scuppered their previous effort.
In the Media by Dario Thuburn in Donetsk with Hui Min Neo in Kiev (AFP)

Russia accuses U.S. of hindering OSCE in Ukraine

Kyiv - Russia accused the United States of hindering the OSCE's work in Ukraine, as fighting raged around the crash site of flight MH17 and the Netherlands scrapped plans for an armed international mission to secure the area.
In the Media by Bulent Kilic in Grabove with Dario Thuburn in Donetsk (AFP)

Bar Russia from hosting 2018 soccer World Cup — UK Deputy PM

London - The UK’s Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg, has called for Russia to be stripped of its scheduled hosting of the 2018 World Cup soccer finals.
In the Media by Robert Myles - 2 comments

Putin faces lawsuit in Malaysian jet downing

Moscow - Russian President Vladimir Putin is facing a lawsuit in the shooting down and murder of 298 Malaysian airlines employees and passengers. The White House says Putin is "culpable."
In the Media by Robert Weller - 2 comments

Dutch, Australian police scrap MH17 site visit over security: OSCE

Donetsk - Dutch and Australian police who were planning to head to the crash site of Malaysian flight MH17 on Sunday have had to scrap their trip over security concerns, a OSCE spokesman said."There is fighting going on. We can't take the risk.
In the Media by AFP

Grieving relatives at MH17 site as Dutch, Australia ready troops

Torez - The first relatives of victims on the ill-fated Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 arrived on Saturday at the crash site, as Dutch and Australian forces prepared for possible deployment to secure the location in rebel-held east Ukraine.
In the Media by Dario Thuburn with Oleksandr Savochenko and Hui Min Neo in Kiev (AFP)

Ukraine rebels go to the museum -- for WWII tanks and cannons

Donetsk - Visiting a museum may be the last thing on the minds of hardened insurgents in east Ukraine, but a group of them turned up at one in Donetsk -- only to make off with a World War II tank and two howitzers.
In the Media by AFP

Confusion after Ukraine's PM quits

Kiev - Ukraine's political circus made an unwelcome return to centre stage as bickering lawmakers struggled Friday to avert a crisis of their own making after Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk resigned in a huff.
In the Media by Max Delany (AFP)

Dutch, Australians ready MH17 troops amid Ukraine deadly fighting

Kiev - Dutch and Australian authorities put their troops on standby for deployment to secure the rebel-held crash site of Malaysian flight MH17 in east Ukraine, where fighting between the army and separatists Friday claimed over a dozen more lives.
In the Media by Galina Korba with Dario Thuburn in Grabove (AFP)

Putin allegedly fires artillery on Ukraine as bodies retrieved

Donetsk - Instead of backing off because of the world’s condemnation of Russia for the shooting down of a Malaysian airliner, Moscow began an artillery barrage into Ukraine territory Thursday.
In the Media by Robert Weller

Ukraine's PM resigns, complicating MH17 probe

Donetsk - Ukraine's prime minister resigned after his governing coalition collapsed, plunging the former Soviet state into political limbo as it struggles to quell a deadly rebellion in the east.
In the Media by Dario Thuburn with Hui Min Neo in Kiev (AFP)

Ukraine fighting rages as Australia ready for MH17 site deployment

Donetsk - Fighting between Ukrainian troops and rebels raged Thursday near the crash site of Malaysian flight MH17, as countries which lost 298 citizens in the disaster moved to deploy their police to secure the impact zone.
In the Media by Dario THUBURN with Hui Min NEO in Kiev (AFP)

Fighting rages by Russia-Ukraine border as two jets downed

- Rolling hills, sleepy villages and the crackle of gunfire: the area where two Ukrainian fighter jets were downed on Wednesday is a surreal warzone near the flight MH17 crash site.
In the Media by Dario Thuburn (AFP)

Military: Ukraine jets downed near MH17 site by 'missile from Russia'

Kyiv - Two Ukrainian fighter jets shot down Wednesday in the rebel-held area where Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crashed were hit by missiles fired from Russian soil, Ukraine's military said.
In the Media by AFP

Texas closes its border to Mexico

After repeated attempts to receive aid to help with the Mexican refugee crisis have failed, Texas officials have been forced to take drastic measures.
In the Media by Micki Hogan - 31 comments

Russia starts reinforcing naval fleet in Crimea

Sevastopol - Russia announced Wednesday that it had begun expanding and modernising its Black Sea fleet based in Crimea with new ships and submarines, just months after annexing the peninsula from Ukraine.
In the Media by AFP

Flight MH17: Questions U.S., Ukrainian authorities must answer

Donetsk - Emerging evidence shows that U.S. and Ukrainian intelligence services had information since earlier in the month that pro-Russian separatists possessed Buk missiles capable of shooting down jetliners, yet they did nothing to warn airlines of danger. Why?
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 14 comments
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