Head of probe says blast killed officials on Polish presidential jet – media Macierewicz's commission said it had analysed 2013 tests by a police forensic laboratory which revealed traces of explosives on 107 out of 215 samples taken from the crashed Polish plane.
15:30, 10 April 2019
'Traces of explosives' in samples from Polish president's jet – media The findings by the Forensic Explosives Laboratory (FEL) appear to challenge official reports by Russian and Polish investigators.
09:56, 26 March 2019
Poland's official urges bid for int'l help over presidential jet wreck – media Polish investigators have an assumption that Russia forged the flight recorders.
11:40, 05 September 2018
Russia gives Polish prosecutors green light to visit Smolensk – media The exact date a Polish team will head to Smolensk, western Russia, is still unknown.
14:56, 02 August 2018
Smolensk crash report: Disaster result of mid-air blasts Air traffic controllers in Smolensk gave the Polish plane crew erroneous information on their approach to landing, the report added.
18:30, 11 April 2018
Polish investigator: Blast seen as official cause behind death of Smolensk plane crash victims An official report may be published in the coming days.
13:45, 10 April 2018
Warsaw suspicious of Moscow over 2010 plane crash: Polish FM – media <p>Poland's foreign minister said on Wednesday that the longer Russia keeps the wreckage of a plane crash that killed the Polish president in 2010, the greater the suspicions that Moscow is hiding the "real causes" of the disaster, according to Radio Poland.</p>
15:03, 20 December 2017
Retired Ukrainian general says Polish president's jet 'blown up' in 2010 – media <p>A retired Ukrainian security service general says his private probe shows the Polish presidential plane which crashed in 2010 in western Russia was "blown up" in mid-air, according to a report, Radio Poland wrote.</p>
16:12, 19 December 2017
'Traces of explosion' found on Smolensk plane – Radio Poland <p>"Traces of an explosion" were found on the left wing of the Polish presidential plane that crashed and killed all 96 people on board in Smolensk, western Russia, in 2010, a special new commission investigating the crash has said, according to Radio Poland.</p>
17:43, 09 August 2017