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Malaysian police have searched the homes of the pilots of the Malaysia Airlines plane that vanished eight days ago with 239 people on board. The police are also reportedly looking at the family life and psychological state of pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah,
When a German tourist refused to surrender his passport as collateral at a car rental stand along a popular beach in the Thai resort city of Phuket, the woman behind the counter pulled out a bag full of passport books to prove he could trust her.
The plane disappeared from Malaysia Airlines deliberately target and continued flying for more than six hours after losing contact with Earth , que money would you end your flight in as far as Kazakhstan or the southern Indian Ocean , revealed
Officials acknowledged this week that the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 has become more difficult as rescuers race against time and the elements to find some trace of the aircraft. Even as authorities attempt to piece together
Malaysia Airlines flight 370 went missing 7 days ago on March 8th and although there are many reports that are being called "conclusions" by Malaysian officials, there are still several unanswered questions. The latest news
Two sources said an unidentified aircraft that investigators believe was Flight MH370 was following a route between navigational waypoints indicating it was being flown by someone with aviation training when it was last plotted on military radar
Malaysian official says investigators have concluded that one has got to someone experienced pilots or flight hijacked plane disappeared with Malaysia Airlines. The official , who is involved in. the study, said that the motive
Now in its sixth day, the search for the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 and its 239 passengers and crew has exposed tensions between Beijing and Kuala Lumpur, with Chinese officials from Premier Li Keqiang on down criticising Malaysia's handling of the
It has been nearly a week since flight Malaysia Airlines MH370 disappeared some time after taking off from Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Despite searches led by the Malaysian authorities, there is still no trace of the plane...What appeared to
The search for Malaysia's missing jet could speed development of new ways of locating wreckage, but such technology is unlikely to replace the traditional "black box" any time soon, France's top crash investigator said on Wednesday.