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KUALA LUMPUR: If two blurred objects photographed from space are confirmed as debris from Flight MH370, scientists will still face a daunting task to find and recover the sensitive recorders containing clues to the Malaysian jet's disappearance.
PETALING JAYA: Five aircraft will be involved in Friday's search for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, according to the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (Amsa).
Missing MH370: Large area slowed analysis of images of possible debris, says satellite image company
WASHINGTON: The sheer number of images covering a large swath of ocean contributed to a delay in revealing what could be debris from the Malaysia Airlines jetliner that has been missing for nearly two weeks, a satellite image company said.
SYDNEY: Improving weather conditions should help the search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 on Friday, forecasters said, as Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott vowed everything "humanly possible" was being done to find the aircraft.
MUNICH: Munich Re does not expect a major hit from damage claims linked to a Malaysia Airlines jet that went missing 12 days ago with 239 people on board, it said on Thursday.
A flight crew scouring the southern Indian Ocean for a missing Malaysia Airlines plane says they are getting radar hits of "significant size", indicating something lurking below the water's surface, ABC News reported.
KUALA LUMPUR: Australia has said two objects up to 24m in size have been spotted by satellite in the southern Indian Ocean, providing a lead in the search for the missing Malaysian jetliner.
KUALA LUMPUR: Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has now admitted that MH370 pilot Capt Zaharie Ahmad Shah is related to his son’s in-laws.
BEIJING: China has begun searching for the missing Malaysia Airlines jet with 239 passengers and crew on board in Chinese territory, which covers a northern corridor through which the aircraft could have flown, said state news agency Xinhua on Tuesday, quoting Chinese Ambassador to Malaysia Huang Huikang.
KAMPAR: Four Kolej Tunku Abdul Rahman students were killed when the Perodua Viva they were in crashed head-on with a lorry at KM25.5 along the Ipoh-Kuala Lumpur trunk road, near Gua Tempurung early Thursday.