Rescue, cleanup underway after Malaysian plane crashes in eastern Ukraine
A Malaysia Airlines plane crashed in eastern Ukraine on Thursday with 295 people on board. U.S. officials are saying that the plane was shot down by a missile. [WARNING: Graphic content]
Word of rescue workers recovering a second flight recorder from Malaysian Airline Flight 17 surfaced early Friday morning, just as pro-Russian separatists in the Ukraine agreed to provide assistance in the investigation into the crashed airliner. According to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) — a security and rights body — the Ukraine rebels said they will ensure safe access for international experts visiting the site.