Malaysian shaman mocked for attempting to find flight MH370 using coconuts and 'magic' carpet announces political plunge
A Malaysian shaman who drew widespread ridicule by trying to locate flight MH370 using coconuts and a "magic" carpet announced today he will run in elections next month.
39 Indians killed in Mosul: Spat over 'delay' in announcing deaths unfortunate; government can't jump gun
Sushma Swaraj deserves praise for doggedly pursuing the case of 39 Indians who went "missing" after being kidnapped by the IS in Iraq's Mosul in 2014.
Families of passengers on board missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 on Saturday launched a campaign to privately fund a search for the aircraft.
A newly found piece of debris, suspected to be from the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 that went missing in March 2014, may be the first piece of evidence supporting the theory that there was a fire on board the plane, said media reports.
A leading air crash expert on Monday said the missing Malaysia Airlines fight MH370 was likely to have been in controlled flight as it hit the water, giving life to the theory that it was brought down by a rogue pilot or hijacker.
Debris found in Mozambique arrived in Malaysia today for initial investigations into whether it came from missing flight MH370
Suspected MH370 debris found off African coast will be discussed with Malaysia: Mozambique authorities
Mozambique authorities on Saturday said they will discuss the investigation of the plane debris found off the country's coast with Malaysia.
A hunk of suspected aircraft wreckage found off the east African coast will be sent to Australia where experts will examine whether it is a new piece in the puzzle of missing flight MH370, officials said Thursday.
Australia on Wednesday said official word on whether a washed-up plane part is from flight MH370 is expected this week, reiterating it will continue hunting for the main debris.
For family members of passengers who were on board the missing flight MH370, the end of search operations will mean end of hope.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Thursday suggested the search for missing Flight MH370 may be scaled back, while expressing hope the jet would be found a year after it vanished.
Tearful relatives of those on board missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370 today said their torment has been awakened anew by the AirAsia loss in Indonesia, nine months into their nightmare.
Two Malaysian teenage boys are suing Malaysia Airlines and the government over the loss of their father eight months after Flight MH370 mysteriously disappeared.
Much of the world has moved on from the frenzied interest in the mysterious March 8 disappearance of the plane, but relatives of the 239 people missing cannot.
Fifty-fifty, a Malaysian official said of how his country and Australia will split the bill for the increasingly massive search for the missing jetliner. Not so fast, Canberra responded.
Thursday marked a bleak moment for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. For the first time since it disappeared March 8 with 239 people on board, no one is looking for it.
Grieving families of 239 people aboard the crashed Malaysian jet, including from India, have demanded the release raw satellite data.
Officials said it may take up to two months before new and more sophisticated sonar equipment is deployed in the hunt.
An international panel of experts will re-examine all data gathered in the nearly two-month hunt for the missing Malaysia jet.
Senior officials from Malaysia, Australia and China will meet early next week to decide on the next step in the search for the Malaysia Airlines jet.