Three pieces of debris found washed ashore in Mozambique and the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius will be examined by investigators in Australia to see if they came from missing Malaysia Airlines.. Denver Post Also reported by •Seattle Times •ABCNews.com •FOXNews.com
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Muslim-American Mahroh Jahangiri, left, joins a group of protestors gathered in front of the White House, in Washington, Wednesday, February 18, 2015, during a rally to.. The American Prospect
May 19 -- An EgyptAir plane headed to Cairo from Paris with 66 people on board disappeared from radar in the early hours of the morning on Thursday, reviving memories of the ill-fated Malaysia Airlines.. Source: Bloomberg Global Business -
Yet a strong case can be made that airline safety — at least in terms of mechanical failures and human error — is better than ever, even as investigators try to learn why an EgyptAir jetliner.. SeattlePI.com
The first news is an absence of information: A plane has "disappeared."
In this age of unprecedented access to information, that void demands attention — it seems incompatible with a modern era.. Mashable
The news that EgyptAir flight 804 had gone missing over the Aegean Sea on its way to Cairo Thursday was eerily familiar.
Since the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight 370 more than two years.. Mashable
The transport minister for Malaysia said on May 12 that a piece of debris in South Africa, and a piece of debris near Rodrigues Island, in the Indian Ocean, are believed to be pieces of Malaysian.. Epoch Times
Malaysia said Friday the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 will not be shifted after the discoveries of five pieces of debris in the western Indian Ocean. The government this week had confirmed.. VOA News Also reported by •Seattle Times •ABCNews.com •FOXNews.com
Two pieces of debris found on beaches in South Africa and Mauritius on March 22 and 30, respectively, are "almost certainly" from missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, a report from the Australian.. CNN.com
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Malaysia's government said Thursday that two more pieces of debris, discovered in South Africa and Rodrigues Island off Mauritius, were "almost certainly" from Flight.. CNSNews.com Also reported by •USATODAY.com
Malaysia's confirmation that debris found in South Africa and an island off Mauritius came from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 brings to five the number of pieces that have been discovered from.. ABCNews.com Also reported by •FOXNews.com