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  • Malaysia Airlines Plane Flight MH370 found in Southern Indian Ocean! 3/24/2014

    Malaysia Airlines Plane Flight MH370 found in Southern Indian Ocean! 3/24/2014

    Malaysia Airlines Plane Flight MH370 found in Southern Indian Ocean ! Malaysia Airlines Plane Flight MH370 found Malaysia plane crash people found dead in Indian ocean press conference news search end in Southern Indian Ocean! 3/24/2014 The search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has been brought to an end after satellite data revealed its last location in a remote part of the Indian Ocean.

    In addition to Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak's somber announcement today, Malaysia Airlines sent this text message to the family members of the MH370 passengers.

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    Two objects have been seen that could possibly relate to the missing Malaysia Airlines plane, Australian PM Tony Abbott has announced.

    Australian vessels have been searching in the southern Indian Ocean for the aircraft, which disappeared on 8 March with 239 people on board.

    Mr Abbott said the objects had been identified on satellite imagery.

    An Orion aircraft had been sent to the area to try to locate the objects, Mr Abbott told parliament.

    Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 was flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing when it lost contact with air traffic controllers.

    Twenty-six nations have been involved in a major search for the missing aircraft.

    "The Australian Maritime Safety Authority has received information based on satellite information of objects possibly related to the search," Mr Abbott said.

    "Following specialist analysis of this satellite imagery, two possible objects related to the search have been identified."

    Mt Abbott warned, however, that finding the objects would be very difficult and said they could turn out to be unrelated to the aircraft.

    A number of sightings of possible debris have been investigated in the search for the plane but so far none have proved to be related.

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    Dressed in a black suit, Prime Minister Najib Razak announced the news to reporters, saying the information was based on an unprecedented study of data from a satellite that had received the final known signals from the plane. (March 24)

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  • MH370 debris confirmed: Malaysia PM Confirms Plane Debris Belongs To MH370

    MH370 debris confirmed: Malaysia PM Confirms Plane Debris Belongs To MH370

    Watch Malaysian Prime Minister confirms plane debris discovered on Reunion Island belongs to missing Flight MH370.

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    Watch Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak confirms a wing segment discovered on Reunion island is indeed from Flight MH370, making this the first real development in the search for the missing plane.

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  • Search for plane expands to Indian Ocean - Where is Malaysia Airlines Flight 370?

    Search for plane expands to Indian Ocean - Where is Malaysia Airlines Flight 370?

    It's a mystery that authorities still haven't been able to solve: Where is Malaysia Airlines Flight 370?

    There were still more questions than answers Thursday as U.S. officials said investigators will start combing the Indian Ocean as they look for the missing aircraft.

    Why would authorities expand their search rather than narrowing it?

    New information, U.S. officials told CNN, indicates the missing airplane could have flown for several hours beyond the last transponder reading.

    Malaysian authorities believe they have several "pings" from the airliner's service data system, known as ACARS, transmitted to satellites in the four to five hours after the last transponder signal, suggesting the plane flew to the Indian Ocean, a senior U.S. official told CNN. That information combined with known radar data and knowledge of fuel range leads officials to believe the plane may have made it to that ocean, which is in the opposite direction of the plane's original route.

    "There is probably a significant likelihood" that the aircraft is now on the bottom of the Indian Ocean, the official said, citing information Malaysia has shared with the United States.

    It's the latest twist in a case that's baffled investigators and grabbed global attention for days since the plane disappeared on its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Information about the missing

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  • Search For Missing Malaysia Airlines Plane Expands to Indian Ocean

    Search For Missing Malaysia Airlines Plane Expands to Indian Ocean

    It's a mystery that authorities still haven't been able to solve: Where is Malaysia Airlines Flight 370?

    There were still more questions than answers Thursday as U.S. officials said investigators will start combing the Indian Ocean as they look for the missing aircraft.

    Why would authorities expand their search rather than narrowing it?

    New information, U.S. officials told CNN, indicates the missing airplane could have flown for several hours beyond the last transponder reading.

    Malaysian authorities believe they have several "pings" from the airliner's service data system, known as ACARS, transmitted to satellites in the four to five hours after the last transponder signal, suggesting the plane flew to the Indian Ocean, a senior U.S. official told CNN. That information combined with known radar data and knowledge of fuel range leads officials to believe the plane may have made it to that ocean, which is in the opposite direction of the plane's original route.
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    "There is probably a significant likelihood" that the aircraft is now on the bottom of the Indian Ocean, the official said, citing information Malaysia has shared with the United States.

    It's the latest twist in a case that's baffled investigators and

    By Sonu| 142 views

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    Two objects have been seen that could possibly relate to the missing Malaysia Airlines plane, Australian PM Tony Abbott has announced.

    Australian vessels have been searching in the southern Indian Ocean for the aircraft, which disappeared on 8 March with 239 people on board.

    Mr Abbott said the objects had been identified on satellite imagery.

    An Orion aircraft had been sent to the area to try to locate the objects, Mr Abbott told parliament.

    Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 was flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing when it lost contact with air traffic controllers.

    Twenty-six nations have been involved in a major search for the missing aircraft.

    "The Australian Maritime Safety Authority has received information based on satellite information of objects possibly related to the search," Mr Abbott said.

    "Following specialist analysis of this satellite imagery, two possible objects related to the search have been identified."

    Mt Abbott warned, however, that finding the objects would be very difficult and said they could turn out to be unrelated to the aircraft.

    A number of sightings of possible debris have been investigated in the search for the plane but so far none have proved to be related.

    Earlier this week

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    Dressed in a black suit, Prime Minister Najib Razak announced the news to reporters, saying the information was based on an unprecedented study of data from a satellite that had received the final known signals from the plane. (March 24)

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    MH370 debris confirmed: Malaysia PM Confirms Plane Debris Belongs To MH370

    Watch Malaysian Prime Minister confirms plane debris discovered on Reunion Island belongs to missing Flight MH370.

    By asif| 3591 views

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    Watch Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak confirms a wing segment discovered on Reunion island is indeed from Flight MH370, making this the first real development in the search for the missing plane.

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  • Search for plane expands to Indian Ocean - Where is Malaysia Airlines Flight 370?

    Search for plane expands to Indian Ocean - Where is Malaysia Airlines Flight 370?

    It's a mystery that authorities still haven't been able to solve: Where is Malaysia Airlines Flight 370?

    There were still more questions than answers Thursday as U.S. officials said investigators will start combing the Indian Ocean as they look for the missing aircraft.

    Why would authorities expand their search rather than narrowing it?

    New information, U.S. officials told CNN, indicates the missing airplane could have flown for several hours beyond the last transponder reading.

    Malaysian authorities believe they have several "pings" from the airliner's service data system, known as ACARS, transmitted to satellites in the four to five hours after the last transponder signal, suggesting the plane flew to the Indian Ocean, a senior U.S. official told CNN. That information combined with known radar data and knowledge of fuel range leads officials to believe the plane may have made it to that ocean, which is in the opposite direction of the plane's original route.

    "There is probably a significant likelihood" that the aircraft is now on the bottom of the Indian Ocean, the official said, citing information Malaysia has shared with the United States.

    It's the latest twist in a case that's baffled investigators and grabbed global attention for days since the plane disappeared on its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Information about the missing

    By Sonu| 136 views

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    Search For Missing Malaysia Airlines Plane Expands to Indian Ocean

    It's a mystery that authorities still haven't been able to solve: Where is Malaysia Airlines Flight 370?

    There were still more questions than answers Thursday as U.S. officials said investigators will start combing the Indian Ocean as they look for the missing aircraft.

    Why would authorities expand their search rather than narrowing it?

    New information, U.S. officials told CNN, indicates the missing airplane could have flown for several hours beyond the last transponder reading.

    Malaysian authorities believe they have several "pings" from the airliner's service data system, known as ACARS, transmitted to satellites in the four to five hours after the last transponder signal, suggesting the plane flew to the Indian Ocean, a senior U.S. official told CNN. That information combined with known radar data and knowledge of fuel range leads officials to believe the plane may have made it to that ocean, which is in the opposite direction of the plane's original route.
    US: Malaysia believes engine sent data
    Honoring the missing on board Flight 370
    Mystery of Flight 370 continues

    "There is probably a significant likelihood" that the aircraft is now on the bottom of the Indian Ocean, the official said, citing information Malaysia has shared with the United States.

    It's the latest twist in a case that's baffled investigators and

    By Sonu| 142 views

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