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MH17: Access to crash site hindered by separatists groups in area, says Liow

15 October 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: More than a dozen separatist groups operating close to the MH17 crash site are preventing Dutch and Malaysian search personnel from entering the area to recover the fuselage of the plane.

Dutch officials return to crash site

15 October 2014

THE HAGUE: Dutch officials returned to the crash site of Flight MH17 in Ukraine, where the search for remains and belongings resumed with the recovery of items from cuddly toys to photos, despite sporadic exchanges of fire.

Not forgotten: Shi Yan (left) receiving the scroll on behalf of Elisabeth (inset) from UM pro-chancellor Datuk Seri Dr Aishah Ong at the convocation ceremony.

MH17 victim gets her Master’s

15 October 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: Elisabeth Ng Lye Ti, a victim of the MH17 tragedy, was conferred her Masters in Management based on the Aegrotat system at Universiti Malaya yesterday.

MH17: Dutch return to site as search resumes

14 October 2014

THE HAGUE: Dutch officials Monday returned to the crash site of Malaysia Airlines (MAS) flight MH17 in Ukraine, where the search for remains and belongings resumed with the recovery of items from cuddly toys to photos, despite sporadic exchanges of fire.

MH17: Shaliza Zaini’s family wants last rites handled privately, says Liow

12 October 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: The remains of the most recent Malaysian MH17 victim to be identified will not be returned to the country as her family have requested for privacy, said Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.

MH17: Victim found with oxygen mask on, says Dutch minister

9 October 2014

THE HAGUE: One of the victims of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 shot down in Ukraine in July was found wearing an oxygen mask, the Dutch foreign minister and prosecutors said, raising the possibility that some passengers might have known their plane was doomed.

Matthew to be buried together with his family

4 October 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: More than two months after the shooting down of MH17, nine-year-old Matthew Ezekial Sivagnanam will finally be laid to rest with his family.

Full military honours: Military personnel carrying the urns containing the ashes of Liew and Lee at KLIA.

Remains of five MH17 victims brought home

4 October 2014

SEPANG: The remains of only two more Malaysian passengers of the tragic MH17 flight have yet to be identified, after five more victims were brought home, bringing the number of remains repatriated from the Netherlands to 42.

Liow hopes last two Malaysians will be identified soon

4 October 2014

SEPANG: The Government hopes the remains of the last two Malaysian victims of the MH17 tragedy will be among those identified by the authorities in the Netherlands, so that there will be no need for Malaysia to push for the multi­national investigation team to re-enter the site in Ukraine which has become highly risky.

Special prayers: Family members paying their last respects to Muhammad Afruz at the State Mosque in Kuching.

Last member of Tambi Jiee family laid to rest in Kuching

4 October 2014

KUCHING: The youngest son of Shell employee Tambi Jiee, whose six-member family all died in the MH17 tragedy, has finally been laid to rest alongside his parents and siblings.

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