Thursday, July 17, 2014

RG2011... Fw: Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 Crash


#MH17: Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 Crash - Live Report

12.40am: MAS says it lost contact with MH17 at 1415GMT (10.15pm Malaysian time); the Boeing 777 was carrying 280 passengers and 15 crew members.

A Ukrainian official said a plane carrying 295 people was shot down over a town in the east of the country. Malaysia Airlines said on its Twitter feed that it "has lost contact of MH17 from Amsterdam. The last known position was over Ukrainian airspace. More details to follow.". Details here.

12:15am: Ukraine's Interior Minister says a Malaysia Airlines passenger jet has been shot down over Eastern Ukraine. PM Najib says he's shocked over the news and that Malaysia is investigating the matter. The plane was allegedly carrying 295 passengers when the incident occurred.

The flight was en route to Kuala Lumpur from Amsterdam and was flying over the area that's the scene of fierce fighting between Russia and Ukraine. Early reports here.


Malaysian airliner crashes in east Ukraine

A Malaysian passenger liner flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur has crashed in insurgency-wracked east Ukraine, regional officials said Thursday, as Ukraine's president said the jet may have been shot down.

Malaysia Airlines said it had "lost contact" with the Boeing passenger liner, which Ukrainian officials said had come down in a rebel-held zone in the Donetsk region.

"Malaysia Airlines has lost contact of MH17 from Amsterdam," the airline, still reeling from the disappearance of flight MH370, said on its Twitter account.

"The last known position was over Ukrainian airspace," it said, promising more details soon.

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said the jet may have been shot down.

"We do not exclude that the plane was shot down and confirm that the Ukraine Armed Forces did not fire at any targets in the sky," Poroshenko said in a statement posted on the president's website.

Regional officials in Donetsk confirmed the plane had come down near the town of Shaktarsk.

"The number of dead is not yet known," the administration said in a statement.

Emergency services were rushing to the scene, a security source told Interfax-Ukraine.

US stocks fell sharply following reports the Malaysia Airlines plane had been shot down, while Britain's Foreign Office said it was "working urgently to find out what's happened."

The incident comes just months after Malaysia's Flight MH370 disappeared on March 8 with 239 on board. The plane diverted from its Kuala Lumpur to Beijing flight path and its fate remains a mystery despite a massive aerial and underwater search.

- Ukrainian jet 'downed' -

The reported crash came after Kiev accused Russia of downing a Ukrainian military plane on a mission over the east of the country, stoking tensions in the growing conflict on the edges of Europe that has claimed over 600 lives.

The allegation came a day after the US and EU bolstered sanctions against Russia over its perceived support of the separatist insurgency in the ex-Soviet state.

Moscow condemned the punitive measures against it as "blackmail" and warned of retaliatory actions against Washington.

In the first direct claim of a Russian attack on Ukrainian forces, Kiev said a Russian airforce jet shot down a Ukrainian warplane Wednesday evening -- before the fresh round of Western sanctions were announced -- as it was carrying out its duties.

The pilot of the Su-25 plane managed to eject and was rescued by Kiev forces, Ukraine's National Security and Defence Council said.

Russia's defence ministry -- which NATO claims has massed some 12,000 troops along Ukraine's porous border -- dismissed the claim as "absurd", Russian news agencies reported.

- Sanctions hit Russian stocks -

The dramatic developments on the ground came alongside a major diplomatic fallout over fresh Western sanctions that Washington and Brussels hope will force Moscow to help halt the conflict.

In a tough move that left the EU trailing in his wake, US President Barack Obama took a swipe at major players in Russia's finance, military and energy sectors in sanctions imposed Wednesday.

The Russian foreign ministry reacted in a furious statement: "We do not intend to tolerate blackmail and reserve the right to take retaliatory measures" against the US.

Russian President Vladimir Putin earlier warned that sanctions would inflict "very serious damage" on the already tattered US-Russia relationship.

- Talks promised -

In eastern Ukraine fierce fighting between government forces and pro-Moscow rebels has intensified in recent days with some 55 civilians killed since the weekend.

The fighting forced more than a dozen Ukrainian border guards to flee into Russia seeking medical help with one dying from his injuries, the Russian authorities said.

Germany and France have been spearheading a push to revive talks between Kiev and the rebels over a potential ceasefire but attempts to hold a Skype videoconference fell through Tuesday.

Ukrainian forces made a string of major gains after Poroshenko tore up an unsuccessful ceasefire earlier this month, but progress has slowed since rebels retreated into two major regional centres where they have pledged to fight to the end.


Kerajaan Ukraine sahkan tembak pesawat, Najib umum siasatan sedang berjalan

Kerajaan Ukraine mengesahkan menembak sebuah pesawat pada ketinggian 40,000 kaki di ruang udara mereka, sementara itu Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak mengarahkan siasatan segera ke atas khabar angin kehilangan pesawat dikhuatiri penerbangan MH17.

Bagaimanapun pihak berkuasa Ukraine tidak mengesahkan penerbangan yang ditembak tersebut.

Najib dalam akaun Twitter miliknya berkata siasatan sedang dijalankan untuk mengesahkan perkara tersebut.

"Saya terkejut dengan laporan MH terhempas. Siasatan sedang dijalankan," kata Najib.

Pegawai kementerian kecemasan di Ukraine berkata anggota badan kira-kira 100 orang kelihatan bertaburan 15km dari tempat kejadian.

Sebelum itu, laporan mengatakan pesawat membawa 295 penumpang Malaysia terhempas di sempadan Ukraine-Russia, menurut laporan agensi berita Reuters lewat malam ini.

Reuters memetik laporan agensi berita Interfax menyebut, pesawat it dalam perjalanan dari Amsterdam ke Kuala Lumpur.

Laporan tersebut memetik sumber industri penerbangan, bagaimanapun usaha mengesahkan insiden masih sedang diusahakan pihak agensi.

Sementara itu syarikat penerbangan Malaysian Airlines (MAS) dalam akaun Twitter berkata mereka terputus hubungan dengan penerbangan MH17.

Lokasi terakhir menurut MAS adalah di ruang udara Ukraine.


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