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  1. Police officer demoted over MH17 souvenirs

    Police officer demoted over MH17 souvenirs

    The actions of a Dutch police officer who tried to sell MH17 souvenirs have been described by his own colleagues as 'offensive' and 'shocking'.

  2. Dutch minister apologises to 'fired' MH17 expert

    Dutch minister apologises to 'fired' MH17 expert

    The Hague (AFP) - Dutch Justice Minister Ard van der Steur on Thursday apologised to a pathologist who was fired for showing medical students photos of the victims from the MH17 air disaster, his spokesman said.

  3. MH17 relatives demand release of radar images

    MH17 relatives demand release of radar images

    The Hague (AFP) - Relatives of those killed in the MH17 air disaster Wednesday urged Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte to launch a global campaign to obtain radar images which may help pinpoint who fired a missile at the plane.

  4. Ukraine protests Sydney firm's Crimea tour

    Ukraine protests Sydney firm's Crimea tour

    Ukraine's ambassador to Australia has written to Foreign Minister Julie Bishop and sent a letter of protest to a Sydney company offering tours of Crimea.

  5. Ukraine protests Sydney firm's Crimea tour

    Ukraine's ambassador to Australia has written to Foreign Minister Julie Bishop and sent a letter of protest to a Sydney company offering tours of Crimea.

  6. Tour packages to Crimea condemned

    An Australian travel company criticised for planning tours of Crimea says it's 'tough luck' to the Ukraine government as the region now belongs to Russia.

  7. Dutch expert says vindicated by probe into MH17 photos

    Dutch expert says vindicated by probe into MH17 photos

    The Hague (AFP) - A Dutch forensics expert who worked on the MH17 air disaster demanded a ministerial apology Tuesday saying a police probe has cleared him of any wrong-doing in showing medical students photos of the dead.

  8. Dutch investigators to study citizen journalism probe into MH17

    Dutch investigators to study citizen journalism probe into MH17

    The Hague (AFP) - Dutch prosecutors said they would "seriously study" claims by citizen journalists to have identified Russian soldiers implicated in the crash of flight MH17, shot down over eastern Ukraine in July 2014.

  9. Airline admits wrong flight plan given

    Airline admits wrong flight plan given

    Malaysia Airlines says it gave Auckland air traffic controllers the wrong flight plan for a Christmas Day flight which led to the pilot querying his route.

  10. Scholarship honours late sustainability pioneer

    Scholarship honours late sustainability pioneer

    The legacy of an Albany man who dedicated almost 32 years to sustainable agriculture projects across WA is set to continue when a memorial scholarship is awarded in his honour early next year.

  11. Musos to write 18 songs in five days

    Musos to write 18 songs in five days

    Write 18 songs from scratch in five days — that’s the challenge facing a squad of musicians led by Eskimo Joe frontman Kav Temperley.