Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Breaking News: #MH370 Malaysia Airlines missing flight : Updated: 1930/02Apr2014

MH370 Live Report: Police have 'cleared' passengers in four areas of probe

DAY 26 (2 April 2014)

[3.30pm]: A Bernama report citing Malaysian Inspector-General Khalid Abu Bakar said the police have 'cleared' all passengers of hijacking, sabotage, psychological and personal problems. Cops are still however, investigating the cabin crew including the pilot and co-pilot. Story here.
After 3½ weeks of investigations into the missing jet, Malaysian police have recorded more than 170 statements in probe of into MH370, CNN reported, citing a report in the Wall Street Journal. Get details here.
- Acting Transport Minister Hishamuddin Hussein said through Twitter that the government was mulling legal action against the misreporting by the media, and that the attorney-general has been instructed to begin compiling details before determining the next course of action. Full story here.

HMAS Toowoomba is seen from the Japan Coast Guard Gulfstream V aircraft whilst in the search zone for debris 
8.45am]: The search for the missing MH370 was boosted by the arrival of a Britain's submarine HMS Tireless in the Indian Ocean ahead of a visit to Australia by Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak. British Royal Navy sub, HMS Echo is due to arrive on Friday. Story here.

The multinational hunt of MH370 has also attracted a benevolent Peter Jackson who was reported to have been called in to assist the search. The New Zealand Herald reported that the Oscar-winning movie director had personally approved the use of his Gulfstream G650 in the search.
Source: Yahoo News


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