Complete coverage of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17, which was shot down near the Ukraine-Russia border with 298 people aboard on July 17, 2014.
A week long operation to clear the wreckage from the crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 in Ukraine has been completed.
New video allegedly shows the immediate aftermath of the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crash over eastern Ukraine.
The first pieces of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, that was shot down over eastern Ukraine, are removed Sunday.
Local emergency services in eastern Ukraine have begun collecting parts of the wreckage of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 from its crash site.
The names and ages of all 298 victims in the MH17 disaster were read out at a moving ceremony in Amsterdam. It took 23 minutes to read all names.
A Dutch team took advantage of a pause in fighting in eastern Ukraine on Friday to recover human remains from the Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash site.
Robby Oehlers scoured the crash site to find anything connected with his 20-year-old cousin Daisy, who has not yet been identified among the victims.
Australian PM Tony Abbott said he would "shirtfront" Russian's Vladimir Putin at the G20 summit — a colloquialism meaning to knock someone over.
Frans Timmermans was forced to apologize for making the surprise revelation after family members said they were shocked they had not been told first.
The relatives of three Germans killed in the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 are suing Ukraine’s government.
A mysterious $30 million reward has been offered for evidence identifying those behind the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 in eastern Ukraine.
All 298 passengers and crew were killed when the aircraft came down over eastern Ukraine on July 17.
The number of people confirmed killed in the Ukraine conflict rises above 3,000 if victims of the MH17 plane crash are included, a U.N. official says.
Captain Wan Amran, the pilot of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was buried Tuesday outside Kuala Lumpur.
Forensic experts working to identify the victims of Flight MH17 said Wednesday they had gathered DNA samples from 283 different people.
A special Malaysia Airlines flight from Amsterdam carrying the remains of 20 Malaysians aboard flight MH17 arrived in Kuala Lumpur on Friday.
An official ceremony is held in Malaysia as the first bodies of the Malaysians who died in the MH17 plane crash are brought home.
A plane carrying the first bodies of victims of Malaysia Airlines flight 17 arrived in Kuala Lumpur as the country prepares for a day of mourning.
The 20 passengers are being mourned with flags at half-staff and a nationwide observance of two minutes of silence.
The Dutch Safety Board says limited access was given to investigators, and that the team would analyze data at the Hague.
Malaysian Airlines is offering $5,000 to the families of each passenger and crew member who perished aboard Flight MH17.
Flight MH17 was shot down on July 17, killing 298 passengers and crew, including 196 Dutch citizens.
Russian has threatened to retaliate over European Union sanctions, with local media reporting that flights to Asia over Siberia could be banned.
Investigators using sniffer dogs recovered more human remains and personal belongings at the Malaysia Airlines wreckage site in eastern Ukraine.
Two weeks since Malaysia Airlines was shot down by a missile, the crash site remains filled with wreckage and remains that need to be recovered.
More than 60 investigators finally began work at the MH17 crash site Friday despite nearby violent clashes that killed left at least 10 Ukrainian soldiers.
Investigators from the Netherlands and Australia finally returned Thursday to the site in eastern Ukraine where MH17 was shot down two weeks ago.
Fighting between rebels and government has prevented monitors and crash investigators traveling along the route to the wreckage in eastern Ukraine.
Foreign governments whose citizens died have complained the site is not secured and some human remains have not been recovered.
Rebels in eastern Ukraine accused the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe on Tuesday of serving U.S. and Ukrainian interests.
With 537 lives lost the popular Asian based carrier has lost 27 of its own crew members. The tragedies hitting home for those who work in the sky everyday. NBC’s Miguel Almaguer speaks with family and friends of flight MH17.
Airlines will push for neutral information about the safety of airspace over war zones Tuesday at a global summit in the wake of the MH17 disaster.
A full-fledged investigation into Flight MH17 still has not begun at the crash site, which has been forensically compromised.
Satellite images released Sunday show what the U.S. Government says is evidence that Russian forces are firing into Ukraine in support of rebels.
Ukrainian armed forces mounted a major onslaught against pro-Russian separatist fighters Sunday in an attempt to gain control over the area.
Beyond retrieving bodies from the wreckage site, the investigation was on hold as fighting raged between the Ukrainian government and separatists.
The Dutch government has not released the victim's name, according to The Associated Press.
Two families of victims who died when the Malaysia Airlines flight was shot down said they have not received compensation yet from the company.
George and Angela Dyczynski - the first family members known to have visited the site - say they do not believe their 25-year-old daughter was dead.
Thousands of people have turned out this week to line the 160 mile route to see the procession of hearses.
NBC News team reports no sign of international monitors or rebels at one of the largest collections of debris on Friday morning.
The Dutch continue to mourn those lost on MH17 as the bodies of more victims arrive in the Netherlands.
Two aircraft carrying remains of some of the passengers of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 arrived in the Netherlands on Wednesday.
The reaction to the sudden loss of a cross-section of Dutch society has been muted.
Sources: Aviation Safety Network, Hindustan Times, CNBC, NBC News, Malaysia Airlines, Defense Tech/Military.com, U.S. Congress, U.S.
Malaysia had initially sought to have the remains returned by July 28 for the festival marking the end of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan.
U.S. confirms that Nikolai Kozitsyn, leader of the Don Cossacks, spoke of "plane carrying spies" in phone call intercepted after jet was shot down.
Australian PM Tony Abbott has accused Russian-backed rebels who control the crash site of tampering with evidence on "an industrial scale"
The first remains of the crew and passengers of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 have arrived in the Netherlands, where an entire nation gathered to pay tribute.
Fighting in Eastern Ukraine continues as two warplanes are shot out of the sky near the wreckage of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17.
As Putin’s approach in Ukraine appears to be paying off at home, reassessing his support of the separatists following the MH17 crash might not be on his agenda.
The State Department said the numbers have not been confirmed, but some 100 passengers' remains were not handed over to the Dutch.
Pieter Broertjes of Hilversum says his remark came from a "feeling of helplessness."
The next step is analyzing the dowloaded data from the cockpit voice recorder, and examining the flight-data recorder.
The bodies of the first victims from the Malaysian airliner shot down over Ukraine last week arrived in the Netherlands on Wednesday.
"Current evidence of the damage appears to suggest that [the missile] exploded slightly ahead of and beneath the port wing," expert says.
The permits cover sniper rifles, night sights, small arms ammunition, gun mountings, body armor and military communications equipment.
The incident happened about 25 miles from where Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 was brought down by suspected pro-Russia separatists.
"Our babies are not here with us - we need to live with this act of horror ... every moment for the rest of our lives," the Maslin family said.
A moment of silence will be held momentarily.
Russia has been "very deliberate" about supplying the rebels, the official said, sending the same equipment that the Ukrainian military uses.
Pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine have released a train carrying victims of the plane crash, while investigators remain concerned about evidence tampering.
The officials said that intelligence analysts believe that pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine fired the missile that took out the jetliner but could not say so definitively.
The Obama administration will reveal U.S. intelligence Tuesday outlining what information has been gathered on the Malaysia jet shot down in Ukraine.
Airlines have rerouted planes to avoid the area over eastern Ukraine where pro-Soviet separatists are battling the Ukrainian army.
President assures that U.S. will work with ally to ensure that "a proper investigation is conducted and that ultimately justice is done. "
Each family who lost a relative in the jet crash in Ukraine has been assigned two police officers to keep them updated and to assist with questions.
A refrigerated train car carrying the remains of most of the victims from a Malaysian Airlines plane that crashed in Ukraine arrives in the city of Kharkiv.
Train carrying bodies from Malaysia Airlines crash arrives in Kharkiv.
Britain has agreed to a Dutch request for air accident investigators to retrieve data from the black boxes of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17.
Stiffer EU sanctions against Russia after the downing of flight MH17 could harm European countries nearly as much as they impact Russia.
"The rear part of the aircraft, one of the biggest intact pieces, has definitely been hacked into," OSCE spokesman says.
Malaysian officials informed the State Department that its prime minister had reached a deal around the same time that Obama appeared on TV.
Russia's Ambassador to Malaysia Lyudmila Vorobyeva asked the question during a press conference late Monday.
Malaysian official also says MH17's black boxes appear to be "in good condition."
"After the crime, comes the cover-up," Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott tells reporters.
A father grieving the loss of his only child on Flight MH17 has penned a scathing letter to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Russia wants the investigation into the downing of MH17 to be led by the "international community," its ambassador to Malaysia said on Tuesday.
After days of obstruction, Ukrainian separatists have agreed to release the bodies of the MH17 victims stored in refrigerated rail cars.
If you'd like to know before you get on the plane if you're going to fly over a war zone, you can't.
DigitalGlobe’s QuickBird satellite captured this image of the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crash site in Grabovo, eastern Ukraine, on Sunday.
A reluctant Russia joined a U.N. Security Council vote urging a stop to fighting in eastern Ukraine where Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crashed.
The government of Russian President Vladimir Putin financially supports and editorially controls a domestic media machine.
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest talks about the crash of MH17 in the Ukraine and that the Obama administration is considering more actions against Russia in the wake of the incident.
A refrigerated train carrying the bodies of those who died after a Malaysia Airlines flight was shot down in Ukraine, leaves Torez station.
Ukraine separatists relinquished two black boxes from Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 on Monday, handing them over to Malaysian authorities.
President Obama had stern words for Russia and Vladimir Putin. He said Russia should influence the rebels to let investigators into the crash site.
While Russian President Vladimir Putin is increasingly a pariah on the world stage, his approval rating in Russia has never been higher.
"We have to make sure that the truth is out and that accountability exists," he said.
The head of a Dutch team sent to the MH17 crash site praised Ukrainian workers for doing a "hell of a job" collecting bodies from a humid war zone.
"It is imperative that international investigators ... are afforded full and unhindered access to this site," Malaysia's transport minister says.
The shooting down of the airliner on Thursday has sharply deepened the Ukrainian crisis.
"There's still a hell of a long way to go before anyone could be satisfied with the way that site is being treated," Australian leader says.
"Such events should not divide people, but unite them," Russian leader says in wake of attack which downed Boeing 777.