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Missing Malaysia Flight MH370: Australia Sees Possible Plane Debris


Two objects have been seen that could possibly relate to the missing Malaysia Airlines plane, Australian PM Tony Abbott has announced.

Australian vessels have been searching in the southern Indian Ocean for the aircraft, which disappeared on 8 March with 239 people on board.

Mr Abbott said the objects had been identified on satellite imagery.

An Orion aircraft had been sent to the area to try to locate the objects, Mr Abbott told parliament.

Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 was flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing when it lost contact with air traffic controllers.

Twenty-six nations have been involved in a major search for the missing plane, which Malaysia says was intentionally diverted.

Investigators have been scrutinising the backgrounds of both the crew and the passengers, but have so far identified no evidence of terror or other potentially relevant links.


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1 Comment for “Missing Malaysia Flight MH370: Australia Sees Possible Plane Debris”

  1. The Man of God, TB Joshua had prophesied about the location of this aircraft and somehow was not taken seriously. If only our leaders can accept God’s opinion and verdict, many things would have been averted. The recorded prophesy follows:
    “Prophet TB Joshua Reveals Location of Missing Malaysian Plane, Nigerian famous prophet T.B Joshua has just revealed during a Saturday prophetic service that the missing Malaysian plane is about to be discovered.

    Speaking during a service today broadcast on his Television channel Emmanuel monitored by Maurice Makalu, TB Joshua said the plane will be found between Indonesia and Indian Ocean. Isn’t the location he prophesied about now where the plane is being located? Let us learn to respect Men of God in our generation.

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