Into thin air


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  • Sunday, 06 Apr 2014

Suicide, new 9/11-style terrorism, aliens, parallel universes and exploding mangosteens. A month on, the theories spawned by the disappearance of flight MH370 are not getting any closer to resolving the mystery.

WITH no sight of real debris in the Indian Ocean, the hijack theory has resurfaced – this time on Russian website MK.ru. The pro-Vladimir Putin website claims that the 250-tonne Boeing 777-200 is parked, with a broken wing, on a rural road in Kandahar, Afghanistan. And, oh, that all passengers are alive and divided to stay in “mud huts,” according to the Russian “special services” no less.

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