All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘flight MH370’

MH370: Man Allegedly Robbed Deceased Passengers

The latest story emerging from the search for still missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 isn’t about that search at all. Investigators are presently pursuing a man named Ali Farran over accusations of theft. Farran is part of a group of individuals who allegedly stole money from four MH370 passengers. Izany Abdul Ghany, the Assistant Commissioner of the Kuala Lumpur Commercial …

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Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: Grim Theories Surface

In the months that have passed since Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 disappeared, there have been a number of theories put forth as to what went wrong. We can accept that a series of errors followed by irresponsible handling of the investigation (largely on the part of the Malaysian government) made the recovery of the missing plane all but impossible. While …

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MH370 Report: Why Did Officials Wait Four Hours?

On March 8th, Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 went missing and was never heard from again. Even though the search continues, it seems to grow more hopeless by the day. The mounting frustration at the lack of clarity as to what went wrong has resulted in numerous accusations of incompetence. Much of the anger and criticism has been leveled at the …

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Malaysia Airlines Wreckage to be Surveyed Underwater

On April 5, the international search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 had its biggest discovery to date – a ping from below the ocean’s surface. The ping was discovered by the Ocean Shield, an Australian navy ship towing a US Navy ping locator. Three days after the first two initial pings were discovered, two more pings were heard, …

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Malaysia Airlines Flight May Become Unsolved Mystery

The most unsettling aspect of the disappearance of Flight MH370 is the lack of finality presented by the case. The collective global population is about as close to knowing what happened to the missing jetliner today as we were on March 8th. The lack of efficiency in the hunt for MH370 has raised far more questions than there are answers …

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Flight MH370 Theories Already Rampant

Flight MH370 was announced just recently to have been almost surely downed in the Indian Ocean. Satellite evidence and research from multi-national search teams is fairly conclusive. The families are mourning, weeping and protesting after the news and are looking at a long road of recovery. They face possibly never recovering the remains of their loved ones and having that …

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Flight MH370 Victims’ Families Upset Over Text

For eighteen days, family members have been anxiously awaiting news about their loved ones, who were on board the Malaysia Airline’s flight MH370 when it crashed into the ocean. They have pleaded for any information they could get, and had remained hopeful that their family members would be found and returned home safely. Sadly, this was not the case, as …

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Flight MH370 Search Narrowed, But Delayed

Flight MH370 was officially announced to be in a desolate area of the Indian Ocean around 1500 miles west of Perth, Australia on Monday. However, the area is a wide and unpredictable one with strong currents and trenches up to 3 miles deep. This will continue to challenge those that are still searching. “We’re not searching for a needle in …

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Rupert Murdoch Tweets: MSNBC’s Chris Hayes Comments

Everyone who follows Rupert Murdoch on Twitter knows that his tweets can be a little controversial. Political commentator Chris Hayes recently commented on the business magnate’s tweets saying that Murdoch is a “proud Twitter crank.” Murdoch’s tweets cover various topics from global warming to criticizing the president. In one his recent tweets, the 83-year-old CEO of News Corporation commented about …

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