A Malaysia Airlines plane, carrying 295 people, crashed in Ukraine, near the Russian border. Ukrainian officials are saying it may have been shot down by an anti-aircraft system. The plain was heading to Kuala Lumpur, from Amsterdam, and an investigation into the cause of the crash in underway. There are no known survivors, and the incident affecting the airline, comes months after the flight that reportedly disappeared in March. A member of the insurgent group in Donetsk denied responsibility, and said, "We don't have the technical ability to hit a plane at that height." He also said that the Ukrainian military could have been responsible. As we continue to bring you updates on developments of the investigation, our thoughts and prayers go out to the families of those lost in the crash.