Diplomat from Russian mission to WTO oversaw secret hit squad – mediaPresident Vladimir Putin, who previously headed Russia's main intelligence agency, has made the country's military and spy agencies a priority during his tenure in office.
19:10, 25 February 2020
Dutch-led investigation has eyewitness to Russian missile launch – media (Video)The recently released intercepted phone calls mention the Russian defense minister, the deputy director of Russian intelligence, and a senior aide to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
17:50, 24 February 2020
Bellingcat geolocates footage of apparent missile strike on UIA flight PS572 to Tehran suburb (Photos, video)The New York Times reported that the person filming started doing so after hearing "some sort of shot fired."
23:55, 09 January 2020
Bellingcat says Tsemakh's release not to affect MH17 investigationUkrainian court's ruling to release ex-anti-aircraft unit commander Volodymyr Tsemakh should not affect the upcoming trial set to expose all those responsible for the MH17 downing over Donbas.
18:30, 06 September 2019
Russia linked to cyberattacks on Bellingcat researchers probing GRURussian hacking group APT28, also known as Fancy Bear, is believed to be controlled by the GRU and is the most likely culprit, although that will be difficult if not impossible to substantiate.
21:00, 27 July 2019
Identifying persons linked to MH17 downing: fresh report by BellingcatThe report provides further evidence that phone intercepts publicly released by Ukraine's security officials are unlikely to have been tampered with, as critics have continued to allege.
13:10, 19 June 2019
MH17: JIT next week to name individuals behind jet downingThe researchers at Bellingcat will also release new information about MH17 on Wednesday. The group has prepared a 100-page report and claims to have traced almost all the names of those directly involved.
21:45, 14 June 2019
Bellingcat identifies third suspect in Skripal poisoning as Denis SergeevThe man is high-ranking Russian military intelligence (GRU) operative.
22:00, 14 February 2019
Kremlin considering Kuril Islands referendum to legitimize Crimea – Bellingcat contributorThe expert says Russia will retain most of the territory.
10:42, 15 January 2019
Bellingcat: Shooting of "Berdyansk" boat most likely took place in international watersThe Ukrainian tug "Yani Kapu" was intentionally rammed at least four times over a period of at least an hour, Bellingcat said.
23:55, 01 December 2018
Second Skripal suspect's identity 'to be revealed' in UK Parliament meeting – mediaThe Parliament meeting is scheduled for October 9.
17:59, 05 October 2018
RFE/RL: Photo at Russian military academy adds to evidence about Skripal poisoning suspectPassport information and other data compiled by Bellingcat, however, revealed that the two suspects had links to Russian military intelligence, known as the GRU.
02:30, 03 October 2018
Bellingcat founder: Russians misinterpret shadows and objects in JIT's MH17-related videosThere is also satellite imagery of the Russian Buk convoy to serve as additional evidence.
02:55, 18 September 2018
Expert dissects Russia’s shifting, self-contradicting MH17 narrative that blames UkraineIn over three years, the Kremlin has completely abandoned one of its two primary claims, the Ukrainian jet theory, and moved all-in towards the other, the Ukrainian Buk theory. However, with as many factual inconsistencies and gaps of logic that the “Ukrainian jet” theory had, the “Zaroshchenske launch site” may have even more, according to Bellingcat’s Aric Toler.
21:50, 05 January 2018
Bellingcat: No doubt MH17 downed by Russian Buk missile<p>Bellingcat, an international OSINT community, considers a new photo of Buk missile, published by the Joint Investigative Team (JIT) on Thursday, October 19, a proof that Boeing, carrying the flight MH17, was shot down by the Russian anti-aircraft missile system, the DW's Ukrainian service reported.</p>
13:10, 20 October 2017
Bellingcat publishes new photo of Buk 332 from day of MH17 downing<p>The Bellingcat Joint Investigation Team (JIT), the Dutch-led criminal investigation into the downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 (MH17) over Ukraine, has published a new photo of the Russian Buk missile launcher that downed plane from the day of the tragedy, according to Bellingcat Twitter.</p>
21:45, 19 October 2017
Bellingcat: MH17 – the open source investigation, three years later<p>On July 17, Bellingcat's team of investigative journalists has released report summarizing all major open source evidence surrounding the downing of MH17 in an easy-to-read 73-page survey.</p>
09:24, 17 July 2017
Bellingcat identifies drivers of convoy trucks involved in Buk transportation to Donbas<p>In a continued investigation to reveal those involved in the downing of a Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 on July 17, 2017, Bellingcat sifted through a bulk of open data sources to collect information on possible drivers of a convoy that brought to Ukraine a deadly Buk missile launcher that eventually shot down a passenger jet.</p>
09:40, 06 June 2017
Bellingcat discovers pre-MH17 photograph of Buk 332<p>The investigative website Bellingcat.com, which uses open sources and social networks to collect evidence related to the downing of flight MH17 in Donbas in July 2014, has announced it was able to find the "missing link" photograph to identify the Russian Buk missile launcher that shot down the Malaysia Airlines' Boeing. The picture shows white transport markings on Buk 332 apparently from before a June 2014 convoy that traveled from near the missile launcher's base in Kursk to Millerovo, near the Russia-Ukraine border. </p>
10:45, 05 June 2017