Ten Britons were among the dead on when a Russian-made anti-aircraft missile hit the Malaysia Airlines plane in 2014.Read the full story ›
Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was shot down over eastern Ukraine nearly four years ago, killing 298 people.Read the full story ›
Those names of those deemed "responsible" for the downing of flight MH17 over Ukraine might be confirmed by the end of the year.Read the full story ›
An investigation has found the missile that downed flight MH17 killing 298 people was brought in from Russian territory.Read the full story ›
Malaysia Airlines has struck a compensation deal with the families of the victims of flight MH17.
The airline must pay must pay damages of up to about 130,000 euros (£108,000) to victims' families, regardless of the circumstances of a crash.
The doomed flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur was shot down by a Russian-made missile on July 17 2014.
It killed killing all 298 people on board including 10 Britons.
Families of victims of doomed Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17, shot down over Ukraine in 2014, have sued Russia and President Vladimir Putin.Read the full story ›
A couple whose three young children died on flight MH17 have become parents once again.Read the full story ›
The sister of one of the British victims of the MH17 crash told ITV News "we all need answers".
Tracey Withers, the twin sister of former BBC journalist Glenn Thomas, from Lancashire, has travelled to Holland to hear the final report into the crash.
Mr Thomas was a passenger on flight MH17 which was shot down over the Ukraine in July last year.
She said: "We all need answers. This is a step forward for the families."
The Dutch Safety Board is to publish a final report on why Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 broke up over Ukraine, killing all 298 on board.
Debris recovered from the crash site of flight MH17 in Ukraine may belong to a Russian-made missile system, Dutch investigators have said.
The prosecutors from the joint international criminal investigation believe the fragments are from the BUK surface-to-air missile system.
The debris has been passed to the Dutch Safety Board, which is carrying out the civilian investigation into the July 2014 crash.
All 298 people on board the Malaysia Airlines flight died when the plane downed over territory held by pro-Russian rebels.
Members of the public have laid flowers at a memorial garden at the Newcastle United ground in memory of John Alder from Gateshead and Liam Sweeney from Newcastle, who died in the MH17 crash a year ago.
Both were fans of Newcastle United, and were on their way to a pre-season tour in New Zealand when their plane came down in Ukraine.