A Russia-supplied missile brought down Malaysian passenger liner MH17 above Ukraine in 2014, international investigators told the families of the victims Wednesday, Dutch broadcaster Nos reported.
According to investigators, the missile was fired from the village of Pervomaisk in eastern Ukraine, which was held by Russia-backed fighters at the time. The majority of the passengers on board were Dutch.
The missile that downed Flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine was transported from Russia, a criminal inquiry revealed Wednesday, adding that more than 100 people were under investigation for the 2014 disaster. The investigators also con...
Russia on Wednesday flatly dismissed a report from international prosecutors which concluded that Malaysian airliner MH17 had been downed by a Russian-made missile launched from a Ukrainian village held by pro-Russian rebels in 2014...
A Dutch-led investigation concluded that Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine asked for and received a surface-to-air missile that was used to shoot down the plane in 2014.
A Dutch-led team of international researchers found that a Buk missile shot down Flight MH17 in 2014. Evidence suggests the missile was brought from Russia and fired from rebel-held eastern Ukraine.