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A Malaysian investigator takes a black box from Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 as it is handed over from Donetsk People's Republic officials to Malaysian representatives in the city of Donetsk, eastern Ukraine. (Source: AP)

Ukraine rebels release train with bodies, handover black boxes from downed Malaysian jet

International pressure has forced the Pro-Russia rebels to hand over the bodies and black boxes from MH17.


Russia has doubts about draft UN crash resolution

Russian Ambassador said that the draft “does not accurately reflect the need for an impartial, international investigation.”


MH17 fallout: Rattled Malaysia Airlines to offer refunds even for non-refundable tickets to travellers

Passengers can change or cancel their tickets without attracting financial penalty by Thursday.


MH17 tragedy: Monitors try to secure Ukraine plane crash site

Many see the hand of Russia, either for its suspected support of the insurgents or perhaps for firing the missile itself.


Russia slams US for implicating rebels in jet crash

“Despite an obvious and indisputable nature of the arguments provided by rebels and Moscow, the US administration is pushing its own agenda,” said Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov .


Putin, Merkel discuss downed plane investigation, peace talks

Putin and Merkel want a thorough and objective investigation of all the circumstances of the downing of MH17.


MH17 tragedy: Ukraine says Russia helping destroy crash evidence; rebels deny any wrongdoing

The Ukraine govt has alleged that the rebels have taken 38 bodies from the site to conduct their own autopsies.


MH17: Hours after blaming Russia-backed separatists, Obama reaches out to global leaders for ‘impartial’ probe

UK, Germany and Australia agreed on a prompt, full, unimpeded and transparent international probe.


After Putin warmth at BRICS, sudden chill for Delhi

Narendra Modi may soon find that there are costs associated with India’s “privileged” partnership with Russia.


Russia, Boeing offer assistance at crash site

Kiev accuses Moscow of backing pro-Russian separatists who have risen up in eastern Ukraine.


GST stuck, ministers’ panel plans seventh study trip abroad

State finance ministers’ panel set to go to China, Russia next month.


Russia likely to prolong asylum for fugitive Snowden – Interfax

Edward Snowden fled to Russia after leaking details of secret state surveillance programmes.


US, France agree on new sanctions against Russia

The two leaders agreed that their preference remains a bilateral ceasefire, fully supported by Russia.

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Why should Maria Sharapova have to know who he is?


Eyes on defence deals, Western powers rush to court PM Narendra Modi

PM Narendra Modi prepares to overhaul India’s soviet-era weaponry and lead the country towards modernisation.