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Gold Up, Markets Fatigued As War Talk Boils Over

gold up, markets fatigued as war talk boils over
*Gold Up, Markets Fatigued As War Talk Boils Over* · North Korea threatens to reduce the U.S. to ‘ashes and darkness’ · Markets becoming used to ongoing provocations from North Korea ·..
Zero Hedge

MH370 revealed? New analysis of satellite photos may reveal crash site in Indian Ocean

A new analysis of satellite photos taken two weeks after Flight MH370 mysteriously vanished may help scientists narrow the search area for the missing Malaysian Airlines aircraft to three regions in..

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News video: 'Mysteries of the Missing': Why Did The Communications Systems Aboard MH 370 Suddenly Go Quiet?

'Mysteries of the Missing': Why Did The Communications Systems Aboard MH 370 Suddenly Go Quiet? 01:56

Modern aircraft use multiple systems to track a plane in flight. These systems are vulnerable to an attack.
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News video: 'Mysteries of the Missing': Could MH 370 Have Been Taken Down By A Hacker?

'Mysteries of the Missing': Could MH 370 Have Been Taken Down By A Hacker? 03:07

A hacker who has successfully worked his way into critical routing, fuel and other avionics over 20 times via in-flight entertainment, believes a smart hijacker could have used the same tactic to..
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News video: Australians 'think' they found flight MH370's crash location

Australians 'think' they found flight MH370's crash location 02:22

Australian space agency officials "think" they have pinpointed the area where Malaysia Airlines flight 370 crashed in the Indian Ocean.
Source: Al Jazeera STUDIO -

News video: New Satellite Photos May Give Clues To MH370 Crash Location

New Satellite Photos May Give Clues To MH370 Crash Location 00:55

CNN has reported that Newly-discovered satellite photos may have given scientists a fresh clue as to the location of Malaysian Airlines 370, one of the world's most famous aviation mysteries. The..
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Australian Drift Analysis Of MH370 Debris Reveals New Area For Potential Impact Location

australian drift analysis of mh370 debris reveals new area for potential impact location
Two weeks after Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 disappeared from radar, Australia released satellite images it said showed 12 “probably manmade” objects floating in the sea near the suspected crash..

Satellites point to Malaysia Airlines MH370 crash site

satellites point to malaysia airlines mh370 crash site
Satellite images of what is believed to be debris from Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 has pin pointed the plane's likely crash site, a new report has revealed.

Company Offers Search for Disappeared Flight 370, Victims’ Families Urge Government to Agree

company offers search for disappeared flight 370, victims’ families urge government to agree
An American ocean exploration company, Ocean Infinity, has offered to search for the disappeared Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 after the official search was suspended in January. The company would..
Epoch Times

The Next Escalation: Pentagon Offers To Arm Ukraine, McCain Delighted

the next escalation: pentagon offers to arm ukraine, mccain delighted
When we reported yesterday about Putin's surprisingly harsh response to last week's House legislation to launch new sanctions against Russia, which also binds Trump from unilaterally removing sanctions..
Zero Hedge

Trials over downing of flight MH17 to be held in Netherlands

Suspects in the downing of Malaysian airlines flight MH17 in eastern Ukraine in 2014, in which all 298 people aboard were killed, will be tried in a Dutch court and under Dutch law, the Netherlands'..

Is this the Buk missile launcher that shot down MH17?

is this the buk missile launcher that shot down mh17?
The Malaysian Airlines passenger jet from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur crashed down in eastern Ukraine, killing all 298 on board in July 2014.

Chief psychiatrist ordered to review Manodh Marks case

Victoria's chief psychiatrist has been ordered by the Andrews government to review Monash Health's handling of Manodh Marks, the man accused of threatening to blow up a Malaysian Airlines flight.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Malaysia Airlines passengers tackle and tie up man clutching a device

Manodh Marks threatened to bomb a Malaysian Airlines plane bound for Kuala Lumpur. Elizabeth Keatinge (@elizkeatinge) has more.

Video: Passenger's fake bomb threat disrupts Malaysian Airlines

Everyone on board is safe
Khaleej Times

Watch dramatic moment armed cops storm Malaysian Airlines flight to arrest 'bomb threat' suspect

watch dramatic moment armed cops storm malaysian airlines flight to arrest 'bomb threat' suspect
Witnesses said the man said 'I'm going to blow up this plane' as he tried to enter the cockpit before he was taken down by passengers.
Daily Record

Malaysian Airlines forced to land over bomb scare by 'disruptive' passenger

Kuala Lumpur bound Malaysian Airlines flight was forced to return to Melbourne.

Malaysian Airlines plane turns back over cockpit incident

The Malaysian Airlines jet returned after a passenger tried to enter the cockpit, officials say.
BBC News

Sensex crosses 31,000-mark for first time

sensex crosses 31,000-mark for first time
The 30-scrip Sensitive Index (Sensex) of the BSE touched the 31,000-mark for the first time in history during the mid-afternoon trade session on..

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