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Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: will we ever know its fate?

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Nearly a month age, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 took off from Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia, only to vanish into thin air hours later.

A month later, there are still no clear answers as to what may have happened to the plane and its passengers, which included several Americans.

Speculation still reigns supreme in this case.

The disappearance of the plane sparked an international search, with several governments including the United States sending search parties for the plane, which is now believed to be at the bottom of the ocean somewhere.

There is still no concrete evidence connected to the flight either, though the inspector general of the Malaysian police has said that search efforts are still ongoing. At first, general speculation occurred when it was revealed that two passengers were using false identification to board the plane. However, that theory has since been discarded.

There had also been questions about the two pilots of the place. However, as of now, there is no clear motive of any possible human interference, just numerous theories developed by people around the world.

We may never know exactly what became of this plane, its passengers, or the plane's crew. The search still goes on as of today.

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