MH17

Dutch government rebukes Russian ambassador over MH17 remarks

Earlier this week, a team of international investigators presented findings showing that the missile launcher used to shoot down MH17 over Eastern Ukraine in 2014 came from Russia and was returned there afterward - despite Russian denials of involvement in the conflict

JIT reveals involvement of Russia, pro-Russian militants in MH17 crash

According to the investigation team composed of investigators and experts from five countries (Malaysia, Ukraine, the Netherlands, Belgium and Australia), the launch site was located close to the village of Pervomaisky, the territory controlled by pro-Russian militants at the time of the

Bellingcat: Russia presented fake evidence in MH17 case

“Additional expert analysis and Bellingcat’s own analysis shows further evidence that the satellite imagery presented by the Russian Defence Ministry on July 21, 2014 were a clear attempt to present fake evidence to the world in the case of MH17,” said

MH17 crash: Prosecutors increase pressure on Russia

They said they wanted information about the Buk missile that shot down the airliner, killing 298 people on board, BBC reports. The criminal inquiry was at "a very advanced stage", they said, and results would be presented after the summer. The West and

Bellingcat: Russian brigade operates Buk that downed MH17

According to the Bellingcat’s new publication, in November 2014, the journalist group published a report that identified the Buk TELAR (missile launcher) that downed Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 as “Buk 3×2,” originating from Russia’s 53rd Anti-Aircraft Missile Brigade of Kursk. The Buk

MH17 crash: Bellingcat published report on Russian 53rd Anti-Aircraft Missile Brigade that allegedly downed Malaysian airliner

On February 24, Bellingcat journalist group published a report named Potential Suspects and Witnesses from the 53rd Anti-Aircraft Missile Brigade, presenting information on the Russian brigade that we believe provided, and possibly operated, the Buk-M1 missile launcher that downed Malaysian Airlines

MH17 crash: Bellingcat to publish report on Russia’s 53rd Anti-Aircraft Missile Brigade

Bellingcat announced on the journalist group’s page on Facebook that it will release a report on the Russian military unit allegedly responsible for providing the Buk-M1 system that downed MH17, Joinfo.ua reports. “On February 24 at 6am GMT, we will release our

MH17 crash: Dutch investigators to study Bellingcat’s probe results

Bellingcat claims that members of a Russian air defence brigade were involved in the downing of Malaysian airlines flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine, Joinfo.ua reports with reference to the Telegraph. Bellingcat says it has identified up to 100 Russian soldiers from a Kursk-based air