Mar.10 - China urged Malaysia to step up the search for a Malaysia Airlines jetliner that went missing with 239 people on board and says it has sent security agents two help with an investigation into the misuse of passports.Sarah Toms reports.
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Malaysia Airlines plane missing: How do aircraft vanish? BBC News
How could an airliner suddenly disappear from radar screens with no apparent warning?
Search operations are continuing after a Malaysian Airlines plane disappeared on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.
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MH370: Fishermen told to aid search and rescue efforts
About 1,800 fishing vessels in the South China Sea and Straits of Malacca have been told to assist in the search and rescue efforts of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. Watch this video at http://switchup.tv/View.aspx?vid=11453&cid=1
"There can be no information until that plane is found" - Richard Quest, CNN correspondent
Astro AWANI reporter Cynthia Ng and Rizal Zulkapli talked to CNN correspondent and aviation expert Richard Quest for his point of view of what could have happened to the missing flight MH370.
Quest also recently flew with the MH370 first officer on a flight to Hong Kong.
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