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Airline’s switch riles MH370, MH17 families

The airline behind doomed flights MH370 and MH17 has been accused of frustrating and delaying claims for compensation from families of victims by creating a new, almost identically named business it says is not connected to the old company.

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USA Today Malaysian Crash 2014 SCM

On Dec. 21, 1997, rescue workers aid divers in the water after an attempt to search for remnants of Silkair Boeing 737-300, which killed all 97 passengers and seven crewmembers.

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FAA: Drone sightings on pace to quadruple this year

Aircraft pilots are reporting a dramatic increase in drone sightings to the Federal Aviation Administration, with the number on pace to quadruple for the year, increasing concerns of a potentially dangerous collision.

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Urgent search narrows to find cause of EgyptAir crash

Three weeks after EgpytAir Flight 804 plunged into the Mediterranean Sea, safety investigators hope they soon find wreckage showing whether a mechanical flaw or crew mistake — or terrorism — downed one of the most widely used planes worldwide

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Liability for Germanwings Crash May Still Rest With Airline, Insurer

The unusual circumstances surrounding the Germanwings crash on Tuesday wouldn’t necessarily free the airline and its insurers from claims of negligence, according to aviation lawyers.

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Liability for Germanwings Crash May Still Rest With Airline, Insurer Co-pilot’s secrecy wouldn’t necessarily exonerate Lufthansa, lawyers say

The unusual circumstances surrounding the Germanwings crash won’t necessarily
free the airline and its insurers from claims of negligence, aviation lawyers said.

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Miami, Chicago Attorneys Suing Boeing in Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Crash March 10, 2016

Two years after Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared, the airplane still hasn’t been found, but attorneys for the passengers’ families are ready to lay the blame at the door of Boeing Co.

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Families of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Victims Rush to File Claims March 7, 2016

The families of the 227 passengers on board missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 rushed to file lawsuits in several countries against the airline Monday ahead of a two-year deadline under an international treaty.

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Mystery still unsolved two years after Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 vanished March 5, 2016

The discovery this week of the tail piece of a plane reignited worldwide interest into the mysterious disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, but for distraught relatives of the 239 people who vanished March 8, 2014, the piece may not be enough to solve the puzzle.

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MH370: Time is running out for families to take legal action March 3, 2016

Time is running out for family members of the people who vanished aboard missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
The deadline under international law for next of kin to make a claim against the airline is Tuesday, the two-year anniversary of the passenger jet’s disappearance.

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Malaysia Airlines Sued By Family of American on Disappeared Flight

The family of one of three American citizens on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 sued the airline on Tuesday in federal district court in Washington.

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First U.S. lawsuit filed for MH370 disappearance

The first lawsuit against Malaysia Airlines for the disappearance of MH370 has been filed in the U.S.

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Malaysia Air Sued by Brother of Man Who Vanished With MH370

The brother of an American man who was a passenger on Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 when it disappeared while en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur in March 2014 sued the carrier in a U.S. court.

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Miami Federal Court Becomes Hotbed for MDL Cases

Many Florida attorneys are poised to make national news in 2016 as they toil away at significant multidistrict litigation, from a case involving the largest auto recall in history to about $1 billion in overdraft fee claims against Wells Fargo.

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Justices Give Class Actions A Tenuous ‘Pick-Off’ Defense

The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday gave a boost to consumer class actions by ruling that companies can’t pick off costly class claims by offering full relief to individual plaintiffs, but the justices’ refusal to rule on what happens when a company actually pays the settlement hands the defense bar an alternative weapon to cut down these claims.

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MH370: first suit filed as airline, insurer blasted as ‘irresponsible’

A US law expert in air crash compensation has filed the first legal suit involving a victim of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, claiming that the airline and its insurers have stonewalled against fair settlements.

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American Family Sues Malaysia Airlines for Disappeared Flight

Miami’s Podhurst Orseck is representing the family of one of three American citizens on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 that is suing the airline in federal district court in Washington.

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MAS sued by brother of MH370 passenger

MH370 The brother of an American man, who was a passenger on Malaysia Airlines (MAS) flight MH370 when it disappeared while en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur in March 2014, has sued the carrier in a US court.

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Malaysia Airlines sued by brother of American passenger who vanished with MH370

The brother of an American man who was a passenger on Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 when it disappeared while en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur in March 2014 sued the carrier in a US court.

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Malaysia Air Hit With Lawsuit By Family Of US Victim

The family of one of the American victims onboard missing Malaysia Air Flight MH370 hit the airline with a lawsuit in D.C. federal court Tuesday blaming the carrier for his death.

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MAS sued by brother of man who disappeared with flight MH370

Malaysia Airlines is being sued in a United States court by the brother of an American man who was a passenger on its flight MH370 which disappeared in March 2014.

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American Family Sues Malaysia Airlines for Disappeared Flight

Miami’s Podhurst Orseck is representing the family of one of three American citizens…

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Malaysia Airlines Sued By Family of American on Disappeared Flight

The family of one of three American citizens on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 sued the airline on Tuesday in federal district court in Washington.

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After 500 days of mystery, MH370 answers could come soon

Saint-Denis, Reunion Island (CNN) Debris believed to be from a Boeing 777 — and possibly missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 — is headed to France, where investigators hope sophisticated technology will help unravel a mystery nearly a year and a half in the making. Read More

Flights are riskier in developing Asia

Flying is developing parts of Asia is riskier than in any region other than Asia, according to aviation experts and statistics. Read More

The search for MH370: Next phase gets underway October 6, 2014

(CNN) — The next phase in the underwater search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has begun.

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Malaysia declares Flight 370 disappearance an ‘accident’

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Insurers to Waive Right to Dismiss Claims in Malaysia Airlines Crash Private Insurance Claims Could Total Tens of Millions of Dollars August 6, 2014

A growing number of insurance companies are promising to waive their right to dismiss claims on the private insurance policies of passengers and crew of Malaysia Airlines 3786.KU +2.13% Flight 17 if the aircraft’s crash is deemed to be due to an act of war.

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Grim task: MH17 bodies arrive in Netherlands for identification July 23, 2014

The first of hundreds of simple wooden coffins bearing the bodies of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 passengers arrived in The Netherlands Wednesday, where investigators face the grim task of identifying those killed when the plane was shot down over Ukraine six days ago.

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Malaysia Flight 17 ‘black box’ will not answer why July 22, 2014

Recorders from Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 carry detailed information about the moments before it was shot down over Ukraine, but experts say the information is unlikely to explain why it went down.

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Malaysia Airlines Flight 17: Five unanswered questions July 22, 2014

(CNN) — Amid the chaos and the grief, the politics and the finger pointing, we are no closer to answering some key questions about the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17. The crash, which killed all 298 people aboard, has turned a volatile Ukrainian region into a global problem.

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Propaganda war: Russia offers alternate takes to what brought down MH17 July 22, 2014

(CNN) — In the tangled aftermath of the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 disaster, two narratives have emerged — one that most of the world subscribes to, and another that Russia and the rebels are pushing.

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Alleged phone call: ‘We have just shot down a plane’ July 18, 2014

(CNN) — “We have just shot down a plane. … A plume of smoke is visible.”

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Map: Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 July 18, 2014

A Malaysia Airlines flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, crashed Thursday in eastern Ukraine. Malaysia Airlines confirmed that it lost contact with Flight 17 and that the plane’s last known position was over Ukrainian airspace, the airline said on Twitter.

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“Ripped our guts again”: Family that lost relatives in Flight 370 loses another in Ukraine crash. July 18, 2014

Relatives, friends and colleagues paid tribute Friday to Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crash victims even before the airline released their names as it scrambled to contact the next of kin of the victims. For one Australian family, the crash represented an almost unbelievable double tragedy.

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Monitors find confusion, hostility at Malaysia Airlines crash site. July 18, 2014

Kiev, Ukraine (CNN) — International monitors investigating the Malaysia Airlines crash in eastern Ukraine said Friday the team was not given full access to the site and was greeted with hostility by armed men.

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Malaysia Air faces new, serious threat as company July 17, 2014

(CNN) — The loss of a second Boeing 777 in 131 days threatens Malaysia Airlines with another public relations and financial blow as it struggles to overcome industry and consumer fallout after the disappearance of Flight 370.

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U.S. official: Missile shot down Malaysia Airlines plane. July 17th, 2014

(CNN) — A Malaysia Airlines passenger jet crashed in a rebel-controlled part of eastern Ukraine on Thursday, spurring swift accusations from Ukrainian officials that “terrorists” shot down the aircraft.

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Ukraine says Malaysian airliner shot down, 295 dead: agency July 17th, 2014

(Reuters) – A Malaysian airliner was shot down over eastern Ukraine by militants on Thursday, killing all 295 people aboard, a Ukrainian interior ministry official was quoted as saying by Interfax-Ukraine news agency.

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Malaysian jet MH370: Refined analysis drives new search area June 26, 2014

As expected, and reported by the BBC last week, the search for MH370 is going to shift hundreds of kilometres to the south of where an Australian defence vessel thought, mistakenly, it had detected signals from the jet’s submerged flight recorders.

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Australia: MH370 likely on autopilot with unresponsive crew in flight’s final stage June 26, 2014

(CNN) — Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 likely flew into the southern Indian Ocean on autopilot with an unresponsive crew, Australian authorities said Thursday, divulging new details about what they believe happened during the missing plane’s final hours.

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Australia: Waiting for Malaysians before announcing new MH370 search area June 24, 2014

(CNN) — Australian authorities say they’re not certain when a new search area for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 will be announced, clarifying earlier statements suggesting it would be made public Wednesday.

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MH370: How long will the search continue? June 16, 2014

(CNN) — When authorities confirmed last month that four “pings” heard in the southern Indian Ocean had nothing to do with Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, it was a devastating blow for those involved in the investigation, the families of those on board the missing jet, and the countless number of people around the world who had become captivated by the mystery surrounding the plane’s disappearance.

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MH370 families seek $5 million for investigation, reward June 9, 2014

MH370 families seek $5 million for investigation, reward

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Is mystery underwater sound the crash of Flight 370? June 4, 2014

Is mystery underwater sound the crash of Flight 370?

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Contractor will have 300 days to search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 June 4, 2014

Contractor will have 300 days to search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

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What happens next in the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370? May 29, 2014

(CNN) — What happens now?

Australian officials have said they don’t think missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is in the patch of the southern Indian Ocean where underwater pings were picked up last month.

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Malaysia plane 5 questions: Experts need time to analyze newly released data May 28, 2014

Malaysia plane 5 questions: Experts need time to analyze newly released data

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Search area for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 ‘can now be discounted’ May 29, 2014

Search area for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 ‘can now be discounted’

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Navy official: Pings not thought to be from Flight 370’s black boxes May 29, 2014

Navy official: Pings not thought to be from Flight 370’s black boxes

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MH370: Hope transcends frustration in quest to bring families closure May 20, 2014

Perth, Australia (CNN) — “I’m an engineer, so we don’t talk emotions too much.” Those were the words of Capt. Mark Matthews of the U.S. Navy shortly after the Australian Defense vessel Ocean Shield had discovered a series of pings in the southern Indian Ocean.

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Flight 370 search chief: Hunt for plane is the most difficult in history May 12, 2014

(CNN) — The man leading the hunt for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 says the search is the most difficult in human history, but modern technology greatly increases the chances of finding the missing plane.

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MH370 raw satellite data to be publicized after months of waiting May 20, 2014

MH370 raw satellite data to be publicized after months of waiting

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Steve Marks – Confusion in Hours After Plane Vanished”; Don Lemon CNN Special Flight 370 May 18, 2014

Steve Marks – Confusion in Hours After Plane Vanished”; Don Lemon CNN Special Flight 370 May 18, 2014

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Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: Doubts Raised Over Some Pings Thought to Be From Plane May 12, 2014

Searchers Focus on April 5 Signals as Confidence Fades Over April 8 Detections

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Latest pings may not have come from Flight 370 after all May 11, 2014

Searchers trolling the Indian Ocean for clues to the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 are growing more skeptical that some of the electronic signals detected far off the Australian coast came from the jet’s black boxes.

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Flight 370: Philip Wood’s Girlfriend Sarah Bajc Got Death Threat May 8, 2014

The girlfriend of an American passenger aboard missing Flight MH370 told NBC News she thinks she has been the victim of two break-ins, a death threat and numerous unsettling phone calls since the jet vanished.

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MH370: Hope transcends frustration in quest to bring families closure May 6, 2014

Perth, Australia (CNN) — “I’m an engineer, so we don’t talk emotions too much.” Those were the words of Capt. Mark Matthews of the U.S. Navy shortly after the Australian Defense vessel Ocean Shield had discovered a series of pings in the southern Indian Ocean.

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MH370: Search for plane enters new, ‘more difficult’ $60 million phase – May 5

(CNN) — More than 300 flights.Over 3,000 hours in the air. A staggering 4.6 million square kilometers of ocean. The numbers speak to the breadth of the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.

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MH370 report: Mixed messages ate up time before official search initiated – May 2

(CNN) — Confusion, misleading information and then long periods of nothing marked the first hours of what’s now known as the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.

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Red herring in hunt for MH370 highlights air traffic flaws – May 2

(Reuters) – Fresh questions have been raised over air traffic co-ordination after a preliminary report on the Malaysia Airlines plane that disappeared almost two months ago revealed 90 minutes of wasted effort while controllers looked in the wrong country.

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Screams, tears as airline urges Flight 370 relatives to return home – May 1

Beijing (CNN) — Relatives of vanished Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 passengers wailed and yelled in a Beijing hotel Thursday as the airline announced it was closing the assistance centers where they’d been gathered for weeks — effectively telling the families to go home.

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Malaysia releases missing plane report, reveals confusion – May 1

(Reuters) – Malaysia on Thursday released its most comprehensive account yet of what happened to missing Flight MH370, in a preliminary report that detailed the route the plane probably took as it veered off course and revealed the confusion that followed.

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MH370: Plane audio recording played in public for first time to Chinese families – April 29

Beijing (CNN) — It sounds like standard radio chatter between an airplane and ground control, mostly repeating the identifying number of the flight.

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Chinese MH370 relatives make late-night march to Malaysian embassy – April 25

Beijing (CNN) — Families of Chinese passengers on board missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 have engaged in a rare late-night act of civil disobedience in this tightly-controlled city.

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CNN TV exclusive: Malaysian PM not declaring passengers dead – April 24

(CNN) — More than six weeks after Flight 370 disappeared, Malaysia’s prime minister says his government is still not prepared to declare it — and the 239 people on board — lost.

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Steve Marks – “Legal Options for Flight 370 Families”; Mystery of Flight 370, Don Lemon, CNN News interview on April 22, 2014

Steve Marks and Don Lemon, CNN News interview on April 22, 2014.

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Steve Marks – “Fourth Blue-fin Mission Yields Nothing”; Mystery of Flight 370, CNN News interview on April 18, 2014

Steve Marks CNN News interview on April 18, 2014.

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Steve Marks – “Waiting for Word”, Mystery of Flight 370”, Don Lemon, Mystery of Flight 370, CNN News interview, April 7, 2014

Steve Marks – “Waiting for Word”, Mystery of Flight 370”, Don Lemon, Mystery of Flight 370, CNN News interview, April 7, 2014

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“CNN Special Report – Mystery of Flight 370”, Don Lemon, April 7, 2014

Watch CNN Special report on the mystery of flight 370.

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Malaysia to release MH370 report, Prime Minister tells CNN – April 24

(CNN) — Facing anger from families of Flight 370 passengers, Malaysia’s Prime Minister said Thursday his government will release its preliminary report on the plane’s disappearance.

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CNN Exclusive: Australia transport safety chief tells what’s next in MH370 search – April 22

Canberra, Australia (CNN) — Australian officials are hammering out a new agreement put forward by the Malaysian government that will set out critical guidelines in the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane.

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MH370 families storm out of glitchy teleconference with Malaysian officials – April 16

(CNN) — The man’s anger at authorities giving a briefing on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 could not be contained.

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Abbott: Australia’s ‘transparency and candor’ appreciated in search for MH 370 – April 11

(CNN) — Australia’s Prime Minister said Saturday that Chinese officials appreciate his country’s “transparency and candor” in the handling of the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.

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5th signal detected ‘not likely’ from MH370 black boxes, officials say – April 10

(CNN) — Elevated hopes that Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 might soon be found were tempered Friday, when the joint search agency said the latest signal probably isn’t from the missing plane.

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The hunt for a Flight 370 ping: How they are doing it – April 9

Searchers in the south Indian Ocean are narrowing in on a series of pings — weakening 33.3 kHz pings — that they heard twice over the weekend and two times again Tuesday.

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In search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, two new signals buoy hope – April 9

Searchers picked up fresh signals that officials hope came from locator beacons attached to the so-called black boxes in the tail of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, which disappeared more than a month ago while carrying 239 people from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.

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Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: 2 new signals in search area buoys hope – April 8

The Australian ship Ocean Shield picked up fresh signals that officials hope are locator beacons from the data recorders of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.

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More pings raise more questions about missing plane – April 7

(CNN) — Almost a month after Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared, searchers say pulse signals detected in the Indian Ocean provide the best hope so far for finding it.

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Timeline: Leads in the hunt for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 weave drama – April 7

(CNN) — Saturday’s discovery of a pulse signal in the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 marks yet another potential breakthrough in the mystery of the plane’s disappearance.

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Malaysia Flight 370: New signal sounds ‘just like’ one from a plane’s beacon – April 7

(CNN) — Tuesday is Day 32 since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared. One hundred and thirty-three search missions have been carried out so far but they have been fruitless.

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MH370: Is it the pinger? 4 reasons to believe; 6 reasons to doubt – April 6

(CNN) — After weeks of fruitless searching for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane, it sounds like a promising sign. When a Chinese patrol ship picked up two pulses in the southern Indian Ocean, the head of the Australian agency coordinating search efforts called it “an important and encouraging lead.”

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Steve Marks – “CNN Special Report – Mystery of Flight 370, Don Lemon, April 3, 2014”

Steve Marks CNN Special Report.

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Steve Marks – “Sub-surface Search has Commenced“; Mystery of Flight 370”, Don Lemon, CNN News Interview, April 3, 2014

Steve Marks – “Sub-surface Search has Commenced“; Mystery of Flight 370”, Don Lemon, CNN News Interview, April 3, 2014

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Steve Marks – “Flight 370: Happening Right Now”; Michael Smerconish, CNN News interview on April 1, 2014

Steve Marks CNN News interview.

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Flight 370 passengers’ families frustrated but keep the faith

(CNN) — Chinese relatives of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 passengers wept, begged and cursed a Malaysian diplomat in Beijing on Monday.

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Flight 370: The search goes under water

Perth, Australia (CNN) — The hunt for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 took on increasing urgency Friday as searchers began scouring the ocean floor and the batteries powering its locator pingers approached the end of their expected lifetimes.

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6 missteps in Malaysia Flight 370 investigation

(CNN) — Malaysian officials coordinating the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 have been battered by criticism that they have mishandled the investigation into the plane’s fate and the public response to the crisis.

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Steve Marks – “Who Can We Trust Flight 370”; Michael Smerconish, CNN News interview on March 31, 2014

Steve Marks CNN News interview.

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Steve Marks – “MH370 Search Developments”; CBC News interview on March 27, 2014

Steve Marks CBC News interview.

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Steve Marks – “Will Legal Action get Answers”; Piers Morgan, CNN News interview on March 26, 2014

Steve Marks CNN News interview.

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Steve Marks – “Local Aviation Attorney Questioning What Happened to Malaysian Flight 370″; CBC News interview on March 24, 2014

Steve Marks CBC News interview

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Steve Marks – “Flight Ended in Indian Ocean”; CBC News interview on March 24, 2014

Steve Marks CBC News interview.

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Steve Marks – “Anguish of Families and Friends Of Flight 370”; Piers Morgan, CNN News interview on March 24, 2014

Steve Mark Discusses Malaysian Flight 370.

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Steve Marks – “Families Starting to Get Insurance Payments”; WSJ Live News interview on March 19, 2014

Steve Marks WSJ Live News interview.

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Steve Marks – “Not A Case of Human Error”; CBC News interview on March 19, 2014

Steve Marks interview with CBC News Network

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Steve Marks – “South Florida Aviation Expert Doubts Hijack Theory; CBS News interview on March 18, 2014

Steve Marks CBS News interview.

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Steve Marks – “Malaysian Plane Investigation Criticized”; Wolf Blitzer, CNN News on March 19

Steve Marks Interview with CNN.

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Steve Marks – “Going Through Unnecessary Turmoil”; ITV News interview on March 13, 2014

Steve Marks ITV News interview.

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Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: Get up to speed on the latest developments

(CNN) — For three weeks, crews have searched for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. But so far, they have nothing to show for it.

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MH370: New last words from cockpit: ‘Good night Malaysian three seven zero’

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (CNN) — They were words heard around the world as investigators searched for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane.

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Malaysia plane saga: Your questions answered

(CNN) — The search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has raised plenty of questions, but answers have been in short supply since the plane’s disappearance March 8. Here’s what we know:

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Debris reports offer ‘more hope,’ but still no confirmation of Flight 370’s end

(CNN) — Three weeks after Malaysia Airlines Flights 370 set off from Kuala Lumpur, search aircraft set off Saturday from Australia — hoping to, finally, find the Boeing 777 in the southern Indian Ocean where experts now believe it ended up.

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So many sightings, nothing to see — search for Flight 370 objects still wanting

(CNN) — They’ve been spotted and spotted again, those objects in the southern Indian Ocean. Every time a report comes out that something has been seen that may be related to missing Malaysia Flight 370, hopes have risen. And then, they have fallen. It’s seemed like a daily exercise.

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Lost at sea: The ‘unspeakable challenge’ for Flight 370 families

(CNN) — When TWA Flight 800 exploded off Long Island in 1996, it took more than a year to recover the bodies of all 230 passengers and crew.

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Families turn MH370 grief into action

Beijing, China (CNN) — Jack’s elder sister was returning from a holiday. Her connecting flight was through Kuala Lumpur on MH370. After news of the missing flight, Jack took leave from his job to come to Beijing in search of answers.

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Search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: the technology

(CNN) — For more than two weeks, satellites, planes and ships have been deployed to scour huge swathes of ocean for clues relating to the mysterious disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 and the 239 people on board.

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Texts fail when delivering tragic news, experts say

(CNN) — For weeks, families of the passengers aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 endured an agonizing wait — desperate for word of the fate of their loved ones. But when the first piece of definitive news finally arrived, for some of them it came not from a personal phone call or meeting, but a text message.

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Experts, relatives ask: Where’s the proof that MH370 fell into ocean?

(CNN) — One thing’s missing from the official version of what happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, say some experts and family members: hard evidence.

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