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UN Says More Than 1,100 Killed In Ukraine Conflict

The United Nations says more than 1,100 people have been killed in the Ukrainian conflict since mid-April. More

A woman takes a photograph of wreckage at the crash site of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 near the village of Hrabove in Ukraine's Donetsk region on July 26.

Fighting Intensifies Around MH17 Crash Site

Fighting between Ukrainian military forces and separatist militants has intensified in the area where Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 went down on July 17. More

Photogallery U.S. Pics 'Show Russia Shelling Ukraine'

The U.S. State Department has released satellite images that Washington says support claims rockets have been fired from Russia into Ukraine during the past week. More

A piece of the wreckage is seen at a crash site of the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in the village of Petropavlivka in Donetsk region on July 24.

Int'l Inspectors Delay Crash Site Visit Amid Fighting

Fighting between Ukrainian troops and separatists has caused a team of international inspectors to give up plans to visit the crash site of MH17 for the day, just hours after Malaysia announced an agreement with Ukrainian rebels to allow access. More

A pro-Russian separatist mans a checkpoint 25 kilometers from the rebel stronghold of Donetsk on July 23.

Int'l Police To Get Access To Crash Site

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak's office said police would be allowed to enter the area in eastern Ukraine "to provide protection for international crash investigators." More

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Audio Russia After MH17

Mixed signals from the Kremlin, jittery oligarchs, and a crisis with no end in sight. What happens in Russia in the aftermath of Flight 17? More

British Aviation Expert Says Russian MH17 Claims Highly Unlikely

An aviation expert and former air crash investigator says Russian claims about the Malaysian Airlines downing are difficult to believe. More
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Features & Commentary

Photogallery World War I Anniversary: Five Historians, Two Questions

One hundred years after the beginning of World War I, historians are still wondering how it started. Meanwhile many of the rest of us wonder if the global situation today is as perilous as it was on the eve of that cataclysm.
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Absent International Investigators, Western Journalists Build Case That Separatists Shot Down MH17

With Moscow criticizing U.S. intelligence assessments and international investigators largely unable to reach the disaster site, Western journalists have so far provided the closest thing to an investigation of the Malaysia Airlines disaster.
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In Ukraine Crisis, War Of Words Hits Wikipedia

A new Twitter trend shows how Russian, U.S., and Ukrainian government computers are being used to edit Wikipedia entries in an online tussle over the facts in the Ukraine standoff.
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Now You See It, Now You Don't: Rewriting The Ukraine Crisis

Getting the story straight on Ukraine is already hard. But the task is made even more difficult by information posted on the Internet that is subsequently "disappeared."
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As Attention Focuses On Dead, Ukraine Crash Site Remains Gray Zone

As the world's attention focuses on the sad task of burying the dead, the crash site of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in Ukraine remains unsecured and barely open to investigators. That could make it increasingly difficult to ever prove decisively what brought the plane down.
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War Crime Question Hovers Over Malaysian Airliner Tragedy

Countries seeking to prosecute those responsible for downing a Malaysian airliner over eastern Ukraine last week face a complex legal question: Is the tragedy a war crime?
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Nervous And Thirsty, Donetsk Braces For A Showdown

As separatist fighters dig in against a possible Ukrainian government offensive on the city of Donetsk, residents now face the possibility of being without water. Fighting around the city has damaged the city's water-supply system, and Donetsk could be dry in a matter of days.
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What The Russian Papers Are Saying About Flight MH17

Scrambling to explain the downing of the MH17 Boeing 777, Russia's print media is giving credence to Kremlin-friendly theories that to many outside the country would seem far-fetched.
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Flight MH17 Fact Sheet: Evidence Increasingly Points To Moscow

Evidence increasingly appears to show that a Malaysia Airlines passenger plane was brought down by pro-Russian separatists -- and that Moscow is hindering the investigation.
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Border With Russia Helps Luhansk Republic Hang On

The Ukrainian government has intensified efforts to reestablish its authority in Luhansk Oblast. But the breakaway region's control of a section of the border with Russia is proving a difficult lifeline to sever.
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