Smolensk presidential plane crash nine years on
On April 10, 2010, the Polish presidential Tu-154M plane crashed near Smolensk, western Russia.
2010 presidential-plane crash memorial unveiled
A monument commemorating the 96 victims of the tragic presidential-plane crash in Smolensk, western Russia, was unveiled in Warsaw on Tuesday.
Smoleńsk plane crash samples examined in Rome
Rome's laboratory examines samples from the site of the Polish Presidential plane crash in Smoleńsk.
Poland intervenes on information plaques at Smolensk plane crash site
Poland’s Foreign Ministry demanded the removal of a plaque misrepresenting the facts about the 2010 Polish presidential plane crash.
Polish prosecutors examine presidential plane wreckage in Smolensk
They are to examine the debris of the Tu-154M aircraft that is located at the Smolensk airport.
Mid-air explosion brought down Polish presidential plane: commission head
The head of a commission set up to investigate the 2010 Smolensk presidential plane crash, which killed 96, has repeated that the aircraft was brought down by a mid-air explosion.
Council of Europe pressures Russia to return presidential plane wreckage
The debate on the Smolensk Crash in the Council of Europe concluded with adoption of a resolution calling for Russia to return the Tu-154m aircraft.
Moscow allows Polish experts to probe presidential crash wreckage
Poles and Russians will carry out ‘joint research’ on the Smoleńsk wreckage components.
Smoleńsk plane crash wreckage to be examined by US experts
Polish prosecutors are collecting data at the crash site which will be sent to US experts who are helping Polish investigators in the case.