As Australia announces the next phase in the search for the Malaysian Airlines plane, which disappeared on March 8, hopes fade that it will ever be found.
As the search for the missing plane continues, Malaysia Airlines goes into damage control. And as hopes fade that the plane will ever be found, conspiracy theories abound. (28.04.2014)
Australia has announced the next phase in the search for the Malaysian Airlines plane, which disappeared on March 8. The undersea search is to be expanded and all search efforts from the air will be brought to an end. (28.04.2014)
Australian authorities have said they are sure that the debris found on the western coastline south of Perth is "not a lead in terms of the search for MH370." The Boeing 777 disappeared seven weeks ago without trace. (24.04.2014)
Australia has said cost is not a concern in the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370. Searchers are also investigating "unidentified material" that washed up on the country's southwest coast. (23.04.2014)
Malaysia’s transportation minister has asked people to support the search for a missing passenger jet by offering their prayers. Officials say the search for the Boeing 777 is at a ‘critical juncture.’ (19.04.2014)
An intial dive by a mini-submarine to search for debris from missing flight MH370 has turned up nothing. Officials believe an underwater search is now the only way any wreckage can be found. (15.04.2014)
Australian officials have said they will deploy a submarine to search for any wreckage of missing flight MH370 on the seafloor. The move will bring the search underwater 38 days after the plane disappeared. (14.04.2014)
The search for flight MH370 has intensified as the batteries in its black box weaken. Meanwhile, a Malaysian newspaper has reported the plane's co-pilot may have activated his cell phone as the plane vanished from radar. (12.04.2014)
Australia's prime minister says he is "very confident" that searchers have detected signals from the missing flight MH370. However, search leaders remain skeptical that the pings are from the plane’s black box. (11.04.2014)
An Australian plane involved in the search for a passenger jet has picked up another possible signal from its black boxes. Searchers are racing against time with the signals from the flight data recorders due to fade. (10.04.2014)
More than a month after vanishing, the whereabouts of Flight MH370 remain a mystery. The incident has also led to anti-Malaysian sentiment in China which is having an impact on economic ties, says economist Rajiv Biswas. (10.04.2014)
An Australian ship searching for missing Malaysian flight MH370 has detected signals matching those from a black box transponder. The signals have been described as the "most promising lead so far." (07.04.2014)
Ships and planes are heading to an area where a Chinese ship searching for missing airliner MH370 reported hearing two electronic pulses. Authorities are encouraged by the lead but warn they still need to investigate it. (06.04.2014)
The search for the black box of missing Malaysia Airline flight MH370 is continuing with underwater sonic detectors. Only days are left before the device stops emitting signals that could allow it to be located. (04.04.2014)
Several Chinese families of passengers who were on board missing flight MH370 have gone to Malaysia seeking information on the incident. A search for the plane in a new area has so far been fruitless. (30.03.2014)
Two Chinese ships are searching a new area of the Indian Ocean west of Australia in their hunt for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. More objects have been spotted by rescue planes. (29.03.2014)
A report on the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 says the ongoing mystery over plane's fate is "unacceptable" and "almost inconceivable" in the modern era. The jet had 239 people onboard when it vanished in 2014.
Australian authorities have doubled down on the location of a missing Malaysia Airlines jet, saying it is likely north of the former search zone. The new report offers hope to family members that the plane may be found.
Missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is probably located north of the official search area in the Indian Ocean, the head of the Australian department leading the suspended hunt says. Investigators want to keep looking.
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