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The Malaysia Airlines plane that disappeared in 2014 was in a "high and increasing rate of descent" when it crashed, a report says.
Over two years after Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 mysteriously disappeared, the wounds are still raw.
After searching for more than two years the hunt for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is likely to be suspended if the plane is not found in the current search area, say the transport ministers of Malay
Australian officials are investigating what appears to be aircraft debris from the Malaysian flight MH370 which went missing more than two years…
A team investigating Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 say debris found on a Mozambique beach earlier this month is highly likely to be from the missing
A minute silence has been held in the Malaysian parliament to mark the second anniversary of one of the world's greatest mysteries in aviation history
Debris found off the east African coast has been tentatively identified as being from the same type of aircraft as the missing Malaysian Airlines
Update: Click here for the latest news on this story A piece of metal found on a Mozambique beach is possibly from a Malaysia Airlines plane that
Investigators in France now say they are certain that part of an aircraft wing found on the island of Réunion in July did come from missing flight
Malaysia says it is sending a team to the Maldives to investigate whether debris washed up there could be from missing Flight MH370. But authorities
Relatives of Chinese passengers of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 protested at the airline’s logistics centre in Beijing on Friday
France is extending the search for debris along the coast of its remote island of Reunion in the Indian Ocean after a piece of wing was found there
Seat cushions and plane windows have now been found on Reunion Island, the Malaysian government said on Thursday. It earlier confirmed that a wing
Reaction has been mixed following the announcement that the plane part found on Reunion came from missing flight MH370. In Beijing families of those
The first piece of wreckage from the first-ever lost Boeing 777, which vanished back in early March along with 239 people on board has been found
All eyes are on a specialist military facility in Toulouse, as experts begin examining a wing part from a Boeing 777 jet found on the Indian Ocean
French air crash investigators have met with Malaysian officials to co-ordinate the probe into missing flight MH370. The fresh impetus is a result of
Unravelling the mystery of missing flight MH370, investigators are to meet in Paris to coordinate their work as authorities confirm flaperon found on Reunion island is from a Boeing 777.
A piece of twisted metal found on Reunion island is to be examined as part of an investigation into the disappearance of a missing Malaysia Airlines
An airline wing flap washed up on Reunion Island beach last week has arrived in the French city of Toulouse. Aviation experts will examine and
Debris which could belong to a missing Malaysia Airlines plane is understood to have been flown into Paris. What is thought to be part of a wing was
Plane debris thought to belong to the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 left Reunion island on Friday night heading for Paris. In metropolitan
As plane debris washed up in the Indian Ocean was on its way to France for closer inspection, experts said they are “almost certain” it belongs to a
Malaysian investigators are expected on the French island of Reunion to investigate whether washed-up debris belongs to missing Malaysia Airlines
Plane debris found in Reunion is to be sent to France for investigation into possible links to missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.
The fate of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is deemed one of the greatest mysteries in aviation history. But now experts from Malaysia say they are
Police are investigating whether a piece of plane wreckage washed up on the French-owned Reunion island in the Indian Ocean is from the missing
The new boss of Malaysia Airlines has described the troubled airline as “technically bankrupt” after last year’s losses of Flights MH370 and
Transport ministers from Malaysia, China and Australia have pledged to double the search area for a missing Malaysia Airlines plane if the current