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Flight 370 Victims Reportedly Robbed Of $35,000

Flight 370 victims have now been victimized yet again. A few of the missing passengers, now presumed dead, have been robbed of a large amount of money. Police say they have two suspects of the heinous crime in custody. City police Senior Deputy Commissioner Tajuddin Md Isa said, “We have identified the suspects involved and are gathering more evidence before …

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Courtney Love Cast in ‘Sons of Anarchy’

Actress Courtney Love is set to appear in the 7th and final season of the FX biker gang drama Sons of Anarchy. Love will first appear in the fourth episode as Ms. Harrison, the pre-school teacher of main character Jax’s (Charlie Hunnam) eldest son Abel. This will be the television drama debut for Love, who was nominated for a Golden …

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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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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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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 Search Dives Deep With Robotics

“It is time to go underwater.” Since March 8 when Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 vanished with 239 people on board, investigators have been looking desperately for clues ranging from surface debris to transmissions which were thought to come from one or both of the black boxes on the international passenger flight. Those pings have since stopped. 38 days after the …

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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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Missing Jet: Ping May Not Be From Plane’s Black Box

The missing jet mystery continues as a Chinese vessel’s black box detector deployed by the vessel Haixun 01 picked up a “ping” signal on Saturday in the search for the plane’s black box. The signal had a frequency of 37.5kHz per second, which is the same as the plane’s black box would emit, but Australian and Chinese authorities admit that …

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Black Box Data: Lost MH370 Fuels Live-Streaming Talk

With the fate of Malaysia flight MH370 still uncertain three weeks after the plane’s disappearance, a debate has reignited over the possibility of live streaming a plane’s flight data and voice recorders — known as the “black box” — during all flights. Currently, air accident investigators have to wait for the recovery of the black box before they can reliably …

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Missing Malaysian Plane: Protests Go On Despite Ban

“We want them to give us the truth.” On Tuesday as fierce winds and high waves prevented crews from searching the large area where Malaysian Flight 370 is said to have gone down, families of those on the flight protested outside of the Malaysian embassy despite China’s ban on protests. The angry group left their hotel, shoving past police officers, …

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Malaysian Airlines: Chinese Satellite Spots Object

Another image of debris has been picked up by a Chinese satellite on Saturday, giving new hope for possible answers to the near three-week missing Malaysian flight MH370. The image is in close proximity to the other satellite images found by an Australian satellite earlier this week, in the remote stretch of the southern Indian Ocean, a vast expanse of …

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Malaysia Airlines Flight: Rupert Murdoch Tweets

Australian-born media mogul, Rupert Murdoch, took to Twitter over the weekend to offer his theory on the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight 370. According to Businessweek, Murdoch’s empire is vast. “His satellites deliver TV programs in five continents, all but dominating Britain, Italy, and wide swaths of Asia and the Middle East. He publishes 175 newspapers, including the New York …

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