The ceremony was solemn, but as the airlift of bodies of the MH17 victims began here on Wednesday there was a hole in the heart of the operation.
Losing Indonesian presidential candidate Prabowo Subianto will challenge the result of the election in the country’s constitutional court, citing “irregularities” that his team says cast doubt on up to 21 million votes.
The woman who welcomed MH17's final 298 passengers onboard bids them farewell.
MH17's black boxes have been handed over to investigators, but what will they actually be able to tell us?
Countless pieces of Lego are still washing up on English beaches after a 1997 container spill.
The atmosphere around the crash site of MH17 changed almost the moment the UN Security Council voted unanimously to support a resolution calling for rebels to cede control of the site and release remains of victims, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop tells Fairfax.
The youth leader of a Malaysian opposition party has claimed the MH17 tragedy was God punishing Malaysia Airlines for serving alcohol on its flights and its “indecent” dress code.
The worst fears of the MH17 families and friends were realised last night when Dutch authorities revealed that there were only 200 bodies on the refrigerated train that pulled into this northern city on Tuesday – leaving almost 100 unaccounted for.
The Sky News journalist who rummaged through a child's suitcase at the crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 has apologised, acknowledging he made a "serious error of judgment".
Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove is travelling to the Netherlands where he will meet aircraft bringing the victims of the MH17 disaster back from Ukraine.