July 17, 2014

Crash of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 Is a Game Changer

Julia Ioffe, The New Republic

The Associated Press

Malaysian Airlines just can't catch a break. Just four months after flight 380 disappeared somewhere over the Indian Ocean, today brings news that Malaysian Airlines flight 17, traveling from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, lost contact with ground control around the Ukrainian-Russian border.

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