Russia has appealed to the International Civil Aviation Organisation to open a new probe into last year’s downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine.
Malaysia is sending a team to the Maldives to inspect debris found washed up there.
Malaysia’s claim that more debris linked to missing flight MH370 has washed up on an Indian Ocean island has been disputed by French officials.
An object found on the French island of Reunion has been confirmed as “a domestic ladder” and is not a plane part, amid reports that a new piece of plane debris possibly from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 was found on the island.
Another piece of aircraft wreckage has been found washed up on an Indian Island.
A piece of wreckage found on an Indian Ocean island has been confirmed as coming from a Boeing 777, according to Malaysia's deputy transport minister.
Investigators are working to identify whether a wing part that washed up on a remote Indian Ocean island came from the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
The battery of an underwater locator beacon had expired more than a year before the Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 vanished last March, the first comprehensive report into the mystery has revealed.
A sprawling undersea search area for a missing Malaysian airliner in the southern Indian Ocean could be extended further south based on new satellite analysis.
Investigators with an Australian agency have concluded that the missing Malaysian jet is not within an area thought to be its most likely resting place after an unmanned submersible found no sign of the plane.
The Malaysian government has released 45 pages of raw satellite data it used to determine that the missing airliner crashed into the southern Indian Ocean.
The Malaysian government has released 47 pages of raw satellite data used to conclude that the missing Malaysia Airlines jet crashed into the southern Indian Ocean.
Malaysia is to release satellite data used to narrow down the search for the missing airliner to the southern Indian Ocean.
The underwater search for the missing Malaysia Airlines jet is to be expanded, Australia’s prime minister has said.
Debris that washed ashore in south-west Australia is not from the missing Malaysian Airlines plane, experts have said.
Search crews will, for the first time, send a sub deep into the Indian Ocean to try and determine whether signals detected by sound-locating equipment are from the missing Malaysian plane’s black boxes, it was announced today.
Authorities are confident that a series of underwater signals detected in a remote patch of the Indian Ocean are coming from the missing Malaysia Airlines plane, Australia’s prime minister has said.
Search crews in the Indian Ocean have failed to pick up more of the faint underwater sounds that may have been from the missing Malaysian jetliner’s black boxes.
US Navy equipment has picked up signals consistent with the pings from aircraft black boxes, an Australian search official said today.
Southeast Asia’s top budget airline AirAsia has withdrawn its latest inflight magazine and apologised for an offending article boasting that its well-trained pilots would never lose a plane.
Crews searching for the missing Malaysia Airlines jet launched a targeted underwater hunt for the plane’s black boxes, with just days left before the devices’ batteries are expected to run out.
Peter Jackson has lent his private jet to the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
Malaysia’s prime minister has said the search for the missing airliner will not stop until answers are found, as his Australian counterpart called it “the most difficult in human history”.
Malaysia’s prime minister has arrived at the Australian air force base serving as a hub for the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
Investigators are conducting a forensic examination of the final recorded conversation between ground control and the cockpit of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 before it went missing three weeks ago, the Malaysian government said.
The Malaysian government has changed its account of the final voice transmission from the missing jetliner.
A cluster of orange objects spotted by a search plane hunting for any trace of the missing Malaysia Airlines jet turned out to be nothing more than fishing equipment, Australian officials have said.
The search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is “an extraordinarily difficult exercise” but it will go on as long as possible, Australia’s prime minister has vowed.
The search for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 could take years, according to US Naval Officer Captain Mark Matthews who is part of the search team on the Indian Ocean.
It has been confirmed that orange objects floating in the water, suspected to be life vests from the missing Malaysia Airlines jet, are nothing more than dead jellyfish.
Several dozen Chinese relatives of passengers on Flight MH370 have demanded that Malaysia apologise for its handling of the search for the missing plane and for the prime minister’s statement saying it crashed in the southern Indian Ocean.
Australia’s prime minister has said he is hopeful a clue will emerge soon to narrow the hunt for Flight MH370, as more objects were pulled from the Indian Ocean and checked to see if they were part of the missing plane.
A Chinese military plane scanning part of a search zone for signs of debris from Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has spotted several objects floating in the sea, including two bearing colours of the missing jet.
No debris spotted in an area off the west coast of Australia has been recovered, a Malaysian minister involved in the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has said, adding he hoped for some news soon.
Air crews have begun searching a new area of the Indian Ocean for signs of the missing Malaysian airliner after new radar data analysis suggested the jet flew faster than originally thought.
More satellite images have given searchers new clues in the hunt for the downed Malaysian airliner amid renewed efforts to spot 122 objects seen floating in the turbulent Indian Ocean.
As the search resumes for the missing Malaysian Airways jet liner in the Indian Ocean, satellite images provided by France have identified 122 objects.
The search for the remains of Flight 370 has resumed off western Australia as the weather improved in the Indian Ocean’s remote waters.
An Australian plane has spotted two objects - one circular and grey and the other rectangular and orange - in the hunt for the missing Malaysia plane in the southern Indian Ocean, Australian officials say.
Chinese and Australian planes have spotted several objects in an area identified by multiple satellite images as containing possible debris from the missing Malaysian airliner.
A Chinese plane crew spotted a white, square-shaped object in an area identified by satellite imagery as containing possible debris from the missing Malaysian airliner.
France says it has picked up satellite images of objects in a remote patch of the southern Indian Ocean as the search resumed today for the missing Malaysia Airlines jet.
Search planes sent to find objects in the south Indian Ocean which may be from the missing Malaysia Airlines jet began returning without success today.
Search planes joined a freighter to scan rough seas in one of the remotest places on Earth after satellite images detected possible pieces from the missing Malaysia Airlines plane.
An air search in the southern Indian Ocean for possible objects from the missing Malaysia Airlines plane described as the “best lead” so far ended for the day without success.
Efforts to locate objects picked up on satellite pictures, in the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane, are being hampered by bad weather.
An Australian Air Force jet has arrived over a stretch of the southern Indian Ocean as the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane enters a new phase.
Four military search planes have been dispatched to try to determine whether two large objects bobbing in a remote part of the Indian Ocean are debris from the missing Malaysia Airlines flight.
Investigators are trying to restore files deleted last month from the home flight simulator of the pilot aboard the missing Malaysian plane.
Ten days after a Malaysian jetliner disappeared, Thailand’s military said it saw radar blips that might have been from the missing plane but didn’t report it “because we did not pay attention to it”.
Angry relatives of passengers on missing Flight MH-370 are threatening to go on hunger strike if they do not get more information from authorities in Malaysia.
Authorities looking into the disappearance of the Malaysia Airlines plane are focusing on a flight engineer.
Australia took the lead in searching for the missing Boeing 777 over the southern Indian Ocean today.
The search for the missing Malaysian flight MH370 has been significantly expanded, with officials admitting they are now scouring land as well as the sea.
Malaysian authorities are examining a flight simulator taken from the home of the pilot of the missing Malaysia Airlines plane.
Malaysian officials have confirmed the search for the missing passenger jet has been expanded into the Indian Ocean.
Vietnam says it has downgraded its search for the missing airliner in the South China Sea and has been asked by Malaysian authorities to consider sending planes and ships to the Strait to Malacca.
It has been revealed Chinese satellite images which were believed to show debris from the missing Malaysian plane were released by mistake.
No signs of the missing Malaysian airliner have been found at a location where Chinese satellite images showed what might be plane debris, Malaysia’s civil aviation chief said.
Interpol has released an image of two Iranians who were travelling with stolen passports on a missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner.