Search Finds No Flight 370 Debris


malaysia-planeAuthorities still lack any hard information that could help explain the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 on Friday. While authorities suspected oil slicks found off the coast of Vietnam may have been from a crash, Malaysian officials concluded today that the oil was not from a plane crash.

While late on Sunday the Vietnamese government reported one of its aircraft spotted a rectangular object that could have been an inner door from the missing plane, when ships arrived Monday, it could not be located. Some 40 ships and 34 aircraft from nine countries are searching the region where the plane may have disappeared. On the issue of passengers with stolen passports, there is still no clear indication that terrorism or any other foul play was at hand.

“To confirm what happened that day on this ill-fated aircraft, we need hard evidence. We need parts of the aircraft for us to analyze, for us to do forensic studies,” said Azharuddin Abdul Rahman, director-general of Malaysia’s department of civil aviation. “We are every hour, every minute, every second, looking at every inch of the sea.” Read more at The Washington Post.

{Andy Newscenter}



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