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A team of experts say they have analysed previously unseen communications data from Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 which they claim illustrates the "steep" descent of the plane into the Indian Ocean....
Australian scientists have pinpointed a new possible search zone.
Australia, Malaysia and China are under fire for calling off the underwater search.
The Malaysia Airlines plane vanished with 239 on board on March 8, 2014.
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After a two-year search, there's been some progress.
The debris was first discovered near Tanzania in June.
A South African tour operator in Mozambique claims to have found a large piece of missing plane MH370. The debris was found on a beach called Linga Linga on the eastern coast of Mozambique. Tour opera...
Malaysia, China and Australia have agreed.
So far, nothing has been found.
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau will investigate if a piece of debris found washed up on the South Australian coast on Thursday afternoon has links to the missing Malaysian aircraft MH370. A ma...
It brings the total of pieces found to five.
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Debris found in Mozambique is "almost certainly" from Malaysian Airlines jet MH370, MP Darren Chester said in a statement. It's the strongest indication yet the plane, that disappeared in March 2014 w...
Two years ago, on a routine flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 vanished with 239 people on board, including six Australians. The disappearance of the Boeing 777-200ER...