UN To Vote On Prosecuting Those Responsible For MH-17 Crash
It's been more than a year since flight MH-17 went down and now the world's looking to find and punish the people who may have been responsible.
The UN Security Council will vote to set up an international tribunal to prosecute the people who helped shoot it down.
The plane was shot down over eastern Ukraine last year, not long after another Malaysian flight disappeared mysteriously.
Foreign Ministers from the countries who lost passengers are expected to be at the vote; Malaysia, Australia, the Netherlands, Ukraine and Belgium.