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‘MH370 was on autopilot as it flew over Indian Ocean’

Investigators have reviewed information in order to define a search zone of up to 60,000 square kilometres in the southern Indian Ocean.

Missing Malaysian Jetliner: Relatives announce USD 5 million for whistle-blower

Many of the families believe there has been a cover up by Malaysian authorities.

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Missing Malaysian Jetliner: Underwater sound examined for links

The noise could have come from a natural event, such as a small earthquake, Duncan said.

US Navy won't dismiss 'pings' lead in missing Malaysian jet search

An intensive search of the seabed in that area by an unmanned submersible has not turned up any sign of the plane.

MH370: Families demand release of raw satellite data to solve mystery

The plane had lost contact with air traffic controllers over the South China Sea.

'Maps in Malaysia report indicate MH370 flew to avoid radars'

The investigation report offered no explanation of why the Boeing 777 flew off course during a routine flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.

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MH370: Malaysia, Australia and China to meet to decide the next step

An unmanned submarine is continuing to scan the Indian Ocean floor while the aerial search for surface debris ended this week.

US official says MH370 search likely to last for years

Malaysian PM said on Thursday that his government would make public a preliminary report into the plane's disappearance next week.

Missing plane MH370: Australia plans to use system that found Titanic

The mystery of the missing plane has continued to baffle aviation and security authorities who have so far failed to trace the aircraft.

Malaysian Airlines MH370: Current underwater search for missing plane could end within a week

More than two dozen countries have been involved in the hunt for the Boeing 777.

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New uncertainty about missing Malaysian plane

Officials revealed a new timeline adding more uncertainty about who aboard might have been to blame.

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