Malaysia Airlines: All MH370 Passengers Dies

The management of Malaysia Airlines, on Monday, March 24, 2014, reportedly has told families of passengers that 239 people on the Boeing 777-200 flight MH370 is believed have been died. A statement delivered after the last discovery was based on the results, and various data during two weeks of search, it is believed the plane crashed in the southern Indian Ocean. “With Malaysia Airlines Management regrets stated we must assume that the MH370 was lost and no one on board survived,” Malaysia Airlines a short message to the family, the…

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Najib Razak: MH370 Ended in The Indian Ocean

Malaysia’s Prime Minister Najib Razak on Monday March 24, 2014, told families of passengers on Malaysia Airlines MH370, flight ended in the southern region of the Indian Ocean. According to Razak, the newest satellite data analysis shows the missing aircraft that crashed in the southern Indian Ocean. If the Malaysian PM’s statement is confirmed by the findings in the field, then this news is a most concrete news for two weeks of grueling search MH370. So far, reconnaissance aircraft belonging to China and Australia found a number of pieces that…

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