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MH17: Remains arrive in Kharkiv

KIEV: The train from rebel-controlled Torez arrived in Kharkiv on Tuesday where the remains of the MH17 victims will be transferred into Dutch custody, and brought to the Netherlands for identification and repatriation.

MB Khalid: Unseat me through proper process

PETALING JAYA: While Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim respects the party's decision that he be replaced by Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, the Mentri Besar stressed that "proper steps" must be taken according to the state's constitution.

Lorry, two cars catch fire at Sunway toll booth on Kesas Highway

PETALING JAYA: Road users have been advised to avoid the Kesas Highway after a lorry and two cars burst into flames at the Sunway toll booth.

Kiki fined RM5,000 for causing mischief and damage

KUANTAN: A woman, who gained notoriety after she was filmed hammering an elderly man's vehicle with a steering lock, was fined RM5,000 or in default three months' jail.

Rebels don’t have military system to take down aircraft, says ambassador

KUALA LUMPUR: The Russian ambassador to Malaysia said it is not fair to squarely blame the pro-Russian separatists on shooting down of MH17 that killed 298 people on board.

Lockdown: DPR soldiers standing guard as railway passengers wait at an underground tunnel in the Donetsk train station for the gunfire outside to subside.

Face to face with Ukraine conflict

DONETSK: We landed in this town fearing the worst. We had been told of the incessant fighting, the unrest and the fierce battles that rage here.

Sad reminder: Flowers and soft toys placed on the ground at the main crash site of Flight MH17 near Grabovo in eastern Ukraine. - EPA

Families of MH17 victims deserve justice

Our Government must show the world that Malaysia will not take a backseat.

Recovery: Ukrainian workers sifting through the debris at the main crash site of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 near Grabovo, some 100km east of Donetsk, eastern Ukraine. - AFP

MH17: Options available for Malaysia

We should form an alliance of victim nations and bring the perpetrators to the International Criminal Court.

Why did these children have to die?

PETALING JAYA: It’s senseless! Eighty-three children murdered in cold blood. They had dreams — they were going home for Raya, to meet their grandparents, for a tropical holiday. For many, it was their first trip on a plane — and their last.

Paying respects: Poroshenko laying flowers outside the Malaysian Embassy in Kiev. Also present were (from left) Liow, Anifah and Malaysian ambassador to Ukraine Chuah Teong Ban. — Bernama

Liow: Three-man expert team to enter crash site

KIEV: Malaysia has sent a three-man expert team to investigate the Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash site after getting assurances about their safety there.

Palestinians take cover as warning Israeli air strikes are fired at a nearby building in Gaza City, July 22, 2014. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly

Israel says soldier missing, presumed dead; Kerry presses for truce

GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel pounded targets across the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, dashing hopes of a pause in the fighting, as the military said one of its soldiers was missing, presumed dead, following clashes with Hamas Islamists.

Body found of fugitive S. Korea ferry owner

SEOUL, July 22, 2014 (AFP) - South Korean police said Tuesday they had found the body of fugitive business tycoon Yoo Byung-Eun, the target of a months-long manhunt connected to April's Sewol ferry disaster that claimed around 300 lives.

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Cook admits pressure to turn results around

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  1. Lorry, two cars catch fire at Sunway toll booth on Kesas Highway
  2. Kiki fined RM5,000 for causing mischief and damage
  3. MH17: Malaysia receives black boxes from Ukrainian rebels
  4. PKR backs Wan Azizah for Selangor MB post
  5. MH17: Black boxes to be handed over to Malaysia, says Najib
  6. Why did these children have to die?
  7. Families of MH17 victims deserve justice
  8. MH17: Russian Ambassador to Malaysia speaks up
  9. MH17: Dutch father - 'Thank you for killing my daughter'
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