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Vietnam Authorities Rule Out New Information Pertaining to the Malayasia Airlines Flight

Vietnam Authorities ruled out possible new information about the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. One oil worker claimed to have seen a burning plane fall from the sky about 300 kilometers from the coast, but members of the Vietnam army said that such information was false. Malaysian authorities reported that they have reduced their search efforts in the western area of the Malay Peninsula, ignoring the information on whether the plane would have changed its trajectory during flight.
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Malaysia Airlines Flight Changed Its Route

Malaysia Airlines plane turned west, deviating from its planned route, before disappearing, according to information of a military radar, said the Malaysian Air Force. The flight MH370 disappeared on Saturday with 239 people on board while covering the route between Kuala Lumpur and Beijing an hour after takeoff. Meanwhile, two Iranian citizens, ages 19 and 30, were traveling with passports stolen in the Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 which disappeared last Friday, Interpol said. The men were identified as Pouri Nourmohamadi and Seyed Mohammadreza Delavar and did not have any links with terrorist organizations, as initially suspected.
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Malaysia Identifies Passengers Traveling with Stolen Passports

Two Iranian citizens of 19 and 30 years old were traveling with stolen passports in the Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 which disappeared last Friday, Interpol said . The men were identified as Pouri Nourmohamadi and Delavar Seyed Mohammadreza and did not have any links with terrorist organizations, as was initially suspected. Secretary General of Interpol, Ronald K. Noble, said that the young men showed no sign of belonging to a terrorist group and they are inclined to think that the disappearance of the aircraft is not related to such attacks. Meanwhile, the head of the Malaysian police, Khalid Abu Bakar…
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Lost Malaysian Airplane: Search Broadened & Oil Stains Discarded

Azharuddin Abdul Rahman, General Director of the Department of Civil Aviation Malaysia, was on hand to talk to the press. Malaysian officials say the search area for the Malaysia Airlines plane that disappeared last Friday en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, has been amplified on the east coast, and extended to some areas of the west coast. Oil samples found in the South China Sea have been discarded. The officials added that the two passengers traveling on the stolen European passports were not of Asian appearance. The Malaysian police had previously said that they thought they had identified one…
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