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Suspected oil spreading belt found by navy of Vietnam. But not sure the oil is from the missing plane.
Singaporean vessels searching for the missing Malaysia Airlines passenger plane have found some suspicious floating objects, Vietnamese official media outlets reported.
A large oil slick 100 nautical miles from Tok Bali, Kelantan was found on Sunday by Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency, Malaysian state news agency Bernama reported.
Fake passports found
Four passengers were likely using other people's passports aboard the MH370 airline and Malaysia is working closely with international intelligence and anti-terror organizations to investigate the case, said Malaysia's acting Transport Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein.
Malaysia Airlines humbly asks all Malaysians and people around the world to pray for flight MH370.
It has been more than 24 hours since we last heard from MH370 at 1.30 am. The search and rescue team is yet to determine the whereabouts of the Boeing 777-200 aircraft.
An international search and rescue mission from Malaysia, Singapore and Vietnam was mobilized this morning. At this stage, they have failed to find evidence of any wreckage. The sea mission will continue overnight while the air mission will recommence at daylight.
We are dispatching all information as and when we receive it. The situation in Beijing is also being monitored closely. As many families of passengers are in China, we have deployed our “Go Team” to Beijing with a team of caregivers and volunteers to assist the family members of the passengers.
Immediate families of passengers are advised to gather at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Travel arrangements and expenses will be borne by Malaysia Airlines. Once, the whereabouts of the aircraft is determined, Malaysia Airlines will fly members of the family to the location.
Our sole priority now is to provide all assistance to the families of the passengers and our staff. We are also working closely with the concerned authorities in the search and rescue operation
The families may contact +603 7884 1234.
For media queries, kindly contact +603 8777 5698/ +603 8787 1276.
There will be a press conference at Sama Sama Hotel at 9.00 am tomorrow by DCA.
Chinese warships on way to rescue mission
Two warships of the Chinese navy, "Jinggangshan" and "Mianyang", are on their way to sea area where missing Malaysia Airline flight MH 370 may have crashed, navy sources said.
The vessel "Jinggangshan", loaded with life-saving equipment, underwater detection facilities and supplies of water and food, set out from Zhanjiang city of south China's Guangdong Province at about 3:00 am on Sunday for search and rescue mission.
Two helicopters, 30 medical personnel, ten divers and 52 marines are also on board.
No information on location of missing flight: Malaysia Airline
There is still no information on the location of Malaysian Airlines flight MH 370, more than 24 hours after it lost contact with ground, the airline said early Sunday.
"As of now, the search and the rescue team has yet to determine the whereabouts of the MH370," said the airline's spokesman at a press conference in Beijing, which lasted less than 30 minutes.
He added that rescue teams have "failed to find evidence of any wreckage."
Pray for all on board !
For more : http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/world/2014-03/08/content_17332105.htm