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Boeing 777-200 missing over South China Sea, 239 aboard

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The Boeing 777-200, operating as Flight MH370, took off at 12:41 a.m. Saturday from Kuala Lumpur International Airport, and air traffic control lost contact with the plane almost two hours later.
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Source: tvnportal - on March 8, 2014

News video: Five Indians among 239 on board missing Malaysia Airlines plane

Five Indians among 239 on board missing Malaysia Airlines plane

A Malaysia Airlines flight carrying 227 passengers, including five Indians, and 12 crew members crashed into the South China Sea on Saturday, Vietnamese state media said, quoting a senior naval official. (Video Courtesy: Astro Awani)

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