Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai said on Wednesday that the renewed search for MH370 is going on smoothly despite concerns the vessel involved had turned off its monitoring system for three days
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Hundreds of people gathered in Malaysia's capital Sunday to mark two years since the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 — and to renew calls for the search to go on. One note, which read simply "The truth must be told," echoed the frustrations of families desperate for answers and unhappy with authorities. Event organizer Grace Nathan, whose mom Anne was on board the doomed flight, said the lack of answers only made their agony worse. "We still don't know what happened and that has prevented any of us from recovering.
Malaysian investigators are expected on the French island of Reunion to investigate whether washed-up debris belongs to missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. It’s been identified as a “flaperon” – a wing component. Officials and aviation experts say the part is almost certainly from a Boeing 777 – the same type of jet that vanished. Later, the debris will be sent to a French military laboratory near Toulouse – along with a fragment of luggage. Flight MH370 disappeared in March last year, en-route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. On board were 239 passengers and crew. Relatives of those on the plane are desperate for answers. But this man says the debris doesn’t prove anything. “Everyone consoled each other when we heard this information. We discussed it together and everyone thought there is no need to believe it. “Even if we find out that this piece of debris belongs to MH370, there’s no way to prove that our people were with that plane.” If the part is from
An operation to clear Europe’s biggest makeshift refugee camp is progressing without problems, Greek officials say. Hundreds of riot police moved into the Idomeni camp with bulldozers at dawn on Tuesday, ordering residents to leave. At least 8,000 people have been stuck at the site since March after the Greek-Macedonian border was closed. Despite terrible living conditions, many of the migrants and refugees in the camp had previously resisted attempts by Greece’s government to get them to leave. Most have now reportedly been bused to state-run centres further south. At its peak in February, at least 12,000 people were stranded in the Idomeni camp having been prevented from continuing their journey further north.
President-elect Trump dismissed rumors of a rocky transition to the White House on Twitter, firing back against opposing news coverage. Trump specifically targeted the New York Times, which characterized Trump's transitions with mass firings and chaos. The Times reported that many foreign leaders attempted but were unable to reach the future president. Trump took to Twitter to make it clear that he is speaking with many world leaders and is prepared to accept their calls.
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NEW YORK — U. S. stocks rose but closed below their session highs on renewed concerns about Donald Trump’s presidency, after two new reports related to a federal investigation into possible coordination between Russia and Trump’s election campaign. Some market participants said that for much of the session, they turned their focus to strong quarterly earnings from companies such as Autodesk Inc and Deere & Co. Software developer Autodesk jumped 14.7 percent and was the biggest percentage gainer on the S&P after reporting better-than-expected quarterly revenue. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 141.82 points, or 0.69 percent, to 20,804.84, the S&P 500 had gained 16.01 points, or 0.68 percent, to 2,381.73 and the Nasdaq Composite had added 28.57 points, or 0.47 percent, to 6,083.70. But all three indexes clocked losses for the week with the Dow and S&P falling 0.4 percent and Nasdaq off 0.6 percent Position of the Dow Jones industrial average at 1-minute intervals on Friday. Paul Nolte said that I’m sure some of (the move) is related to that, and the fact that Trump is going to be out of the country and nobody’s quite sure what he’s going to do, Separately the New York Times reported that Trump told Russian officials at the White House that firing FBI Director James Comey relieved "great pressure" from the ongoing probe.
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