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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘malaysian airlines’

Flight 370 Lawsuit: Why Two Teens Have Stepped Up In The Face Of Tragedy

It has been nearly eight months since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared, never to be seen or heard from again. In that time, a coalition of multiple nations has participated in the search for clues as to Flight 370’s fate. But as of yet, there are no concrete answers. A number of critics agree that a combination of negligence and …

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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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Flight 370 Found? GeoResonance Stands By Claims.

In the ongoing saga that is Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, here have been several purported breakthroughs. We reported here recently about a company, GeoResonance, that uses proprietary technology to search large areas — sections of ocean, for example — for specific elements such as metals or other minerals. The technology is usually used in mining and other mineral rights endeavors. …

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GeoResonance Co. May Have Found Malaysian Plane

CBS News is reporting that an Australian company may be onto something in the hunt for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. GeoResonance, a company with proprietary search techniques that aids in the hunt for specific minerals or materials, says it has found what appears to be a commercial aircraft. However, it is thousands of miles from where everyone else has been …

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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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Malaysian Airlines: Flight Ended In Indian Ocean

It appears that the mystery of the Malaysian Airline Flight 370 has been solved. As ABC reported, it “ended” its journey in a “remote location” of the southern Indian Ocean, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said today. U.K. officials used “a type of analysis never before used in an investigation of this sort” to chart the jet’s path along the …

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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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