10:01 Jun. 6, 2016
Dutch prosecutors say they are still waiting for Russia to provide information on the MH17 downing over Ukraine
They said they wanted information about the Buk missile that shot down the airliner, killing 298 people on board.
The criminal inquiry was at "a very advanced stage", they said, and results would be presented after the summer.
The West and Ukraine say Russian-backed rebels were responsible but Russia accuses Ukrainian forces.
In a statement, the Dutch-led prosecutors said they had made "several requests" for assistance - but were still waiting for information from Moscow.
They said a few issues, including forensic tests, were taking more time than expected. Full story