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Where is Malaysia Airline Flight MH370?

It’s been two days and a multination hunt with nine countries searching for the missing Malaysia Airline passenger jet. The plane was expected to arrive in Beijing on Saturday March 8,2014 @ 6:30 am, but lost all contact only two hours into the flight.

Search continues.
Search continues.
Photo by U.S. Navy/Getty Images
Photo by Lintao Zhang/Getty Images

Nearly 60 hours of searching for this missing aircraft and the mystery continues. Stolen passports, ocean oil slicks, and possible plane debris emerge with hopes they’ll somehow link to the aircraft, however all leads have come back inconclusive. It’s an extremely rare and bizarre occurrence for a plane to just vanish without a trace.

The plane had 227 passengers, two infants, and 12 crew members on board. The passengers’ on board included 152 from China, 38 from Malaysia, seven from Indonesia, six from Australia, five from India and three from the U.S. while the other passengers were from various nations.

While rescue teams vigorously survey every inch of Southeast Asian waters, nothing’s been ruled out and the chance of it being terrorist related is undetermined at this time.

The whereabouts and reasoning for the plane’s sudden disappearance puzzle authorities and the main question remains the same, “Where is Flight MH370?”

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