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MAILONLINE COMES UNDER FIRE IN MH370 HUNT

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As expected the Mail on Sunday and MailOnline have come in from some stick from the family of Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, the skipper of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370. Mailonline had published a couple of stories, the first said that Captain Zaharie was a political fanatic who was upset that Anwar Ibrahim, Malaysia’s opposition leader had been sent to jail …

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BA abandons its ‘Discover the Indian Ocean’ ad.

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With a distinct possibility that the wreckage spotted today in the Indian Ocean by five different aircraft will be from flight MH30 British Airways has been forced to abandon an appallingly timed advertising campaign. Screens in railway stations in the London, notable Euston, carried the advert ‘Escape the commute and discover the Indian Ocean’. It seems nobody thought it was …

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MALAYSIAN GOVERNMENT STILL NEEDS TO CLEAR THE AIR ON MH370

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FACT, RUMOUR OR JUST SPECULATION? With reports today from a pilot colleague alleging thar Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah was ‘probably in no state to fly’ because his life was crumbling due to marital problems  – more and more pressure is being put on the Malaysian Government for straightforward answers. The latest report comes from a journalist with the New Zealand …

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PROTESTS AS MEDIA GOES FOR MH370 CAPTAIN

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‘A POLITICAL FANATIC’ – BUT ALSO ‘FANATICAL ABOUT HIS JOB, HIS FLIGHT  SIMULATOR AND HIS D.I.Y. VIDEOS’ Leaders of the opposition Pakatan Rakyat Party in Malaysia have dismissed a report in the Mail on Sunday that the Captain of Malaysian Airlines MH370 was a ‘political fanatic’ and that this may have something to do with the plane’s enforced disappearance. According …

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MH370 WAS DELIBERATELY DIVERTED. FULL STATEMENT BY MALAYSIAN PM

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EFFORTS MADE TO AVOID RADAR DETECTION –  PILOT MUST HAVE HAD KNOWLEDGE OF BOEING 777 – BUT WHO AND WHY? Stopping short of using the word hijack Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak announce today that Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 ‘appeared to be intentionally steered off course by at least one person with considerably flying experience.’ A search of the South …

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MH 370 NOW HEARD PINGING OFF AUSTRALIA

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BUT INFO STILL COMING FROM ANONYMOUS SOURCES. Bloombergs wire service is today reporting that Malaysian Flight 370 sent its last signal from the Indian Ocean off Australia. The pulses provide no data about the plane’s speed, location or altitude. Still, they allow calculations of an arc along the earth’s surface where the plane was each time it communicated with the …

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MH370’S ENGINES DID NOT SEND MESSAGES – BUT SEARCH EXTENDED TO INDIAN OCEAN ANYWAY

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 MH370’S ENGINES DID NOT TALK Malaysia’s defence and acting transport minister Hishammuddin said this afternoon that Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 did not send out signals from its engines. This was confirmed by Rolls Royce. Nevertheless the search had now been extended to the Indian Ocean (average depth 13,000 – deepest at Java Trench 26000) in the belief it may have been …

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DEBRIS SPOTTED NEAR WHERE FLIGHT M370 SHOULD HAVE BEEN-

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SO WAS OIL RIG WORKER RIGHT AFTER ALL? Satellite images released by the Chinese authorities now show possible aircraft wreckage 141 miles from its last known radar location and very close to where a New Zealand oil rig worker reported seeing a plane going down. After massive speculation which included the rejection of Michael McKay’s report from the Songa Mercur …

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MALAYSIAN AIRLINES FLIGHT REPORTED SEEN IN FLAMES OFF VIETNAM

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Vietnamese search and rescue teams were put back on alert today after a New Zealander working on an oil rig has now claimed he saw the plane disappear off the Vietnamese coast near  Vung Tau. Doan Huu Gia, deputy general director of Vietnam’s air traffic management confirmed authorities had received the email from Mike McKay, a New Zealander working on …