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09 March 2015 19:43:50 Kuwait Times
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06 March 2015 18:33:25 Malaysia News latest RSS headlines - Malaysia Sun.com
With a new CEO and an evolving marketing strategy, the beleaguered airline is trying to rebrand and reinvent The past year has been a terrible one for Malaysia Airlines. On March 8, 2014, Flight 370 ...
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29 January 2015 19:23:19 Malaysia News latest RSS headlines - Malaysia Sun.com
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23 December 2014 11:29:36 Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency)
A former airline CEO and writer has said the US Air Force downed Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 because the military feared it was about to be used in a 9/11-style attack, international media outlets have reported. According to Marc Dugain, the former CEO of now-defunct Proteus Airlines, the plane was shot down near a US military base on the island of Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean after it had likely been hijacked by a hacker. Asking how in today’s world abundant with high tech devices a 63 metre-long aircraft could vanish without a trace, Dugain suggested there must have been a deliberate effort to hide evidence. In an article published in Paris Match magazine, Marc Dugain revealed his theory that the missing aircraft didn’t go down anywhere near where authorities and rescue teams have been searching for a possible wreckage. Instead, Dugain is convinced that the Boeing 777 with 239 people on board - mainly Chinese - crashed near the island of Diego Garcia. Dugain also suggests that due to the Boeing technology the aircraft was using, it is possible that the aircraft was hijacked by remote control and steered toward Diego Garcia. Dugain said that his theory can be supported by Maldives residents he had spoken to. According to him, those people told him that they had seen an aircraft flying towards Diego Garcia with one fisherman claiming a plane bearing the Malaysia Airlines colours was flying at a really low altitude above. The plane went off the radar while en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8. Malaysian authorities initially rejected evidence with regards to Flight MH370. A British satellite company had informed the authorities that the plane was in the southern Indian Ocean and critical time was lost in the search as Malaysia chose to ignore the information. Until the present day, there's no consensus about the reasons why the plane disappeared.
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10 November 2014 15:19:36 Malaysia News latest RSS headlines - Malaysia Sun.com
PERTH, Australia - The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) has made a statement after one of the MH370 vessels GO Phoenix remained stationery in the southern Indian Ocean for almost 24 hours, ...
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24 October 2014 18:25:41 WN.com - World News
Kuala Lumpur, October 24: The hunt for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 in a remote patch of the Indian Ocean is progressing well but will likely take many months because of the huge area involved, an Australian official said on Friday. Peter Foley, an Australian search coordinator, said there is optimism with two ships using high-tech sonar devices to search for the Boeing 777, which disappeared in March while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with...
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19 September 2014 21:17:36 Malaysia News latest RSS headlines - Malaysia Sun.com
Crews will resume the underwater hunt for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 at the end of the month, and will begin the search in an area farther ...
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23 June 2014 08:22:40 WN.com - World News
Regulators in Europe are pressing for new ways that would make it impossible to disable safety and communications systems on commercial airliners, the NYT reports....
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22 June 2014 19:49:04 WN.com - World News
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19 June 2014 19:46:29 WN.com - World News
AMSTERDAM - Dutch engineers this week started a months-long survey to map unchartered deep-sea terrain at the bottom of the Indian Ocean, the next step in the search for the wreck of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, a company official told Reuters. A survey ship from Dutch engineering company Fugro , carrying 40 crew and technicians, began mapping out an area larger than the Netherlands, some 1,600 km east of the northwest coast of Australia. The search for the lost plane is being coordinated by the Australian...
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