MH17: In Search of Truth
Jordan Wither's uncle was one of nearly 300 people killed when Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down above eastern Ukraine. Since then, he has been searching for answers.
In July 2014 the world was stunned by the deaths of nearly 300 people as their plane was shot down above eastern Ukraine. For the relatives of those on board Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 many questions remain unanswered - what shot down the plane and who was responsible? Jordan Wither's uncle was one of ten Britons killed in the crash, and he has been searching for answers.
MH17 - Quest for the Truth
Six months after Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down over Ukraine, killing 298 people, relatives of the victims are still searching for justice.
But half a year since MH17 fell from the sky in a ball of flames, the crash has all but disappeared from the headlines - and no-one has officially been held responsible.
|Editor||Deborah Van Bishop|