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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Malaysia flight’

Missing Jet: Third “Ping” Brings New Hope?

The missing jet, Malaysian Flight MH370, could possibly be closer to being found after a third “ping” was detected on Sunday that could possibly be signals from the plane’s black box, according to AP. The first of these pings was heard on Friday, then another on Saturday. All three have been heard in a small precinct in a very large …

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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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Indian Ocean Search Could Take Quite A While

The search for wreckage from Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 in the south Indian Ocean could take quite a while, investigators say, because even if the debris spotted by a satellite earlier this week does belong to the aircraft, it may have sunk or moved quite a ways from its original coordinates. Planes and ships from China, Australia, Britain and Malaysia …

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Malaysia Airlines Lead Brings Hope To Families

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has been on the minds of many over the past two weeks; as we enter day 13 in the search for the missing plane, the families and friends of those on board have been given new hope in the form of two pieces of debris floating in the south Indian Ocean. Rough weather is making the …

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Malaysia Airlines Pilot: Authorities Look At Deleted Files

Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 has been the subject of several theories since it disappeared on March 8 during an overnight flight, but none of them have turned up any answers so far. The flight, with 239 passengers aboard, sent out a signal after communications were lost that gave investigators a wide area to search; from central Asia to the southern …

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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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Missing Malaysia Airplane – What We Now Know

The Malaysia Flight MH370 and its disappearance is getting stranger every day – how does a huge Boeing 777 just disappear without a trace? Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 took off at 12:41 am from Kuala Lumpur on the morning of March 8, but lost contact with air traffic control an hour later and disappeared from radar. When it disappeared from …

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Malaysia Airlines Plane: The Mystery Continues

The mysterious disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 remains unexplained, even though multinational search teams are in the Asian waters, where it is thought to have gone down, and in the air, searching relentlessly. One consideration of the disappearance is foul play, as suspicions were raised by officials discovering that two passengers were traveling on fake passports. Interpol said in …

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