The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 in 2014 is one of the biggest mysteries in the history of aviation.
Military officer Oleg Ivannikov's unusual voice helped investigators pinpoint him as a key suspect.
The families of the dead have published an emotional open letter.
The debate over what happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 continues.
The airline crew didn't know whether the plane was going to land or crash.
Passengers helped cabin crew tackle the man as he fled to the back of the plane claiming to have a bomb.
The families of the MH370 victims have long pushed for the search for the missing plane to be extended, but whether Friday's news will change anything for them remains unclear.
The information gleaned should provide unprecedented insight into the habitats of valuable species.
Flight MH370 went missing in March 2014 with 239 people on board.
Kremlin agents are trying to undermine an honest account of how the plane was shot down over Donbas.
Investigators are said to be looking at a wide range of possible suspects.
If his theory is correct, investigators may be looking in the wrong search area.
The two-year search has now discovered two shipwrecks, but still no plane.
An Air France pilot on Tuesday reported seeing an object floating in the water near Réunion Island in the Indian Ocean.
About 30 relatives marched to the Malaysian Embassy in Beijing on Friday.
Officials couldn't immediately confirm whether the fragments belonged to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
The wing fragment found last week on Reunion Island was confirmed to be from Malaysian Airlines Flight 370.
Putin's Security Council veto shows how isolated Moscow has become one year after the MH17 tragedy.
The debris washed up on the Indian Ocean island of Reunion and could help end 16 months of lingering uncertainty.
Russia continues to reject a U.N.-backed tribunal.
The plane was able to land safely.
The amount they received was undisclosed.
"It is most likely that Flight MH17 was destroyed in mid-air by the impact of a 9M38M1 surface-to-air missile."
The remains of 296 of 298 of those on board have been identified.