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MH370 five years on: As mystery of missing plane reaches fifth anniversary, 50 relatives of victims gather to demand the search continues

Relatives of the passengers on missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 gathered outside the foreign ministry on Friday to demand answers

Around 50 relatives of Chinese passengers on board Flight MH370 travelled to Beijing to mark the fifth anniversary of the tragedy outside the Chinese foreign ministry today.

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'We know where MH370 is': Scientists call for new search for missing jet after tests on wing part found washed up on beach show remains of Malaysia Airlines plane are further north

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New ocean debris drift analysis shows missing Malaysia Airlines MH370 (stock image) is 'highly likely' within a new location north of the original search area.



So if we know the route - why can't we find the plane!

MH370 pilot 'practised flying suicide mission on flight simulator weeks before the airliner disappeared on same route' (so why are we just hearing about it?)

MH370 pilot practised suicide route into the Indian Ocean

The captain of missing flight MH370 practised crashing into the Indian Ocean on a simulator weeks before his plane disappeared, confidential police documents reveal. The documents show that captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah practised flying across remote sections of the ocean until his plane ran out of fuel. It suggests the disappearance of MH370 was not an accident, but a suicide mission meticulously planned by the pilot. The route he practised on the simulator took him out of Kuala Lumpur before heading south over the remote expanse of the Indian Ocean. It is a route eerily similar to the one investigators believe the plane flew before it vanished in March 2014.

 
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'I could even make out the plane's doors': Inhabitants on tiny remote Island in Indian Ocean saw low-flying jet on morning MH370 went missing and plead with investigators to visit them so they can share their story

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Locals from the island of Kudahuvadhoo, at the Southern tip of the Maldives, reported witnessing 'a low-flying jumbo jet' on the morning of March 8 last year, when MH370 disappeared.

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'MH370 was no accident':

'MH370 was no accident': Shocking new claim from commercial pilot who spent months investigating doomed flight for new book

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The disappearance of MH370 has been described as ‘deliberate’ and ‘calculated’ in the latest book to be published on the tragedy by two New Zealand authors.






There is something fishy with the entire story........ 

Watch this Video: Notice 35 years ago we heard the end of this airliner - and Reagan played the tapes!  And "experts" say we have no technology today? WAKE UP!



Listen especially at minute 5:15 and on for a reminder shock of the day!
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Did pilot commit SUICIDE? CIA boss says it is one theory agency is looking at as Malaysian police say they are carrying out psychological profiles of everyone on plane

This photo provided by Laurent Errera taken Dec. 26, 2011, shows the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200ER that disappeared from air traffic control screens Saturday, taking off from Roissy-Charles de Gaulle Airport in France

John Brennan, head of the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), said: 'I think you cannot discount any theory', when asked if it was possible the pilot deliberately crashed the Boeing 777.

Did the Boeing 777 vanish in a 'aeronautical black hole' or did 'catastrophic power failure' stop air traffic control from tracking its location by GPS?

Despite flight data recorders, location transponders and radio communication, the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 disappeared on a midnight flight out of Kuala Lumpur on Friday

Experts suggest the plane could be in an 'aeronautical black hole' hundreds of miles from the current search area or may have been involved in electronic warfare.

Missing Malaysia airline pilot SMOKED and chatted with us in the cockpit, reveals young blonde passenger

Jonti Roos (centre) claims she and her friend were entertained by Fariq Abdul Hamid, 27, who is one of the pilots of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight (right)

Jonti Roos, (second right) who is who is currently living in Melbourne during a year-long stay in Australia, said she and jaan Maree (second left) were waiting to board their flight from Phuket to Kuala Lumpur in 2011 when two pilots plucked them out of the queue and asked them if they would like to ride in the cockpit. One of the pilots (right) was Fariq Abdul Hamid, the 27-year-old first officer on board missing flight MH370, Ms Roos claims.

 

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WITHOUT A TRACE...
Last tracked hundreds of miles off course...
MILITARY: Missing jet made it across ocean...
Hunt Area Widens...
Search Extends To Mountains, Jungle...
China deploys 10 satellites to help in search...
Investigators skeptical of terrorism...
Flight 370 conspiracy theories develop...
Five Passengers Didn't Board...
Mystery Iranian businessman...

REPORT: Fake-passport holders Iranian nationals...
Passengers' smartphones are still ACTIVE?


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