On July 17, 2014, flight MH17 was allegedly shot down over Ukraine.
Malaysia Airline Flight MH17 was an international flight carrying 283 passengers and 15 crew members. The flight was scheduled from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur. The Boeing 777-200ER plane lost contact over the Ukraine-Russian border and crashed near Torez in Donetsk Oblast, killing all on board. The plane was reportedly shot down by a surface-to-air missle fired during a battle in the Shakhtarsk region. DW's latest content on Flight MH17 is collated below.
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An international team of investigators during the week identified four suspects in the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 over Ukraine nearly five years ago. Keith Walker hears the latest with DW's Ukraine correspondent, Nick Connolly.
Strongly supported by the US, the Dutch and Australian governments are holding Russia legally responsible for downing the Malaysia Airlines flight in 2014. Officials say they may take the case to an international court.
Dutch investigators say the missile that brought down the Malaysia Airlines flight nearly four years ago came from a Russia-based military unit. The jet was headed from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur when it was blown out of the sky over eastern Ukraine.
A commemoration has been held in the Netherlands three years after a Malaysia Airlines passenger plane went down over conflict-ridden eastern Ukraine. A probe into the crash has raised issues of Russia's accountability.
Protesters have called on Moscow to stop obstructing an investigation into the 2014 crash of a Malaysia Airlines plane as it flew over conflict-ridden eastern Ukraine. All 298 people onboard died in the disaster.