Malaysia jet crash: Video reports

Pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine are to give international investigators access to the crash site of a Malaysia Airlines jet.

The Boeing 777, carrying 298 people, crashed in rebel-held territory on Thursday. The plane was flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur. It fell between Krasni Luch in Luhansk region and Shakhtarsk in the neighbouring region of Donetsk.

Below are video reports on the crash, some of the reports contain disturbing images.

'The horrific moment when the crashed plane burst into flames'

The BBC's Bridget Kendall reports on the plane coming down near the village of Grabovo in Ukraine.

First broadcast 17 July

Malaysian Crash: What might have happened?

There have been several theories about the cause of the tragedy, with some other international airlines now avoiding flying through the region.

First broadcast 17 July

'The stark horror of the debris field left behind'

BBC Moscow correspondent Daniel Sandford reports from the crash site in Grabova

First broadcast 18 July

Six members of one family lost

Residents of a small rural hamlet in the Netherlands are mourning the loss of six members of one family. The BBC's Anna Holligan visited their home in Neerkant and spoke to some of those who knew them.

First broadcast 19 July

'Horrific scenes in fields'

The BBC's Richard Galpin reports on the "horrific scenes in beautiful fields" at the site where a Malaysia Airlines flight came down in eastern Ukraine.

First broadcast 19 July

Footage shows pro-Russian rebels searching for black box

Special correspondent Fergal Keane reports from Grabove where the BBC obtained footage filmed by pro-Russian rebels at the scene immediately after the plane came down.

First broadcast 20 July

BBC reporter given victims' documents

Volunteers at the MH17 plane crash site do not appear to know what to do with evidence, as Natalia Antelava reports from eastern Ukraine.

Natalia Antelava is handed passenger documents by volunteers at the crash site: "It shows you how badly organised it is... they don't know who to give this to"

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