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Missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 Wing Identified: Malaysian Minister

A wing part of an aircraft washed ashore the island of Mauritius in May this year was confirmed by the Australian experts that it belonged to the ill-fated missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, which disappeared on March 8, 2014 with 239 passengers and crew on board. Malaysian Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai said on Friday confirming the investigation ...

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224 Killed in Egypt Air Crash of Russian Metrojet, False Claims Emerge

While a Russian Metrojet airline’s Airbus A321 crashed in Central sinai, Egypt killing 224 passengers aboard, some intriguing claims have been made by muslim outfits taking claims for the crash, entirely unrelated and unrealistic. One group affiliated to Islamic State in Egypt claimed that it had brought down the plane in retaliation for airstriked conducted by Russian airstrikes killing hundreds ...

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Malaysia Airlines website hacked by Cyber Caliphate

Malaysia Airlines (MAS) confirmed on Monday that their Domain Name System (DNS) was compromised, media reported. The Malaysia Airlines’ (MAS) website was apparently hacked Monday morning by a group calling itself “Cyber Caliphate”, the Malaysian Star reported.┬áThe users were re-directed to a hacker website when users accessed their website. “The airline has resolved the issue with its service provider and ...

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Deep ocean search to continue for missing MH370

A new phase in the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has opened with the trilateral talks in Canberra Monday deciding to carry it out over a larger area of the southern Indian Ocean. Acting Transport Minister of Malaysia Hishammuddin Hussein, Australian Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss and Chinese Transport Minister Yang Chuantang called for the continuation with ...

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