MH370: Pilot says he knows where missing Malaysia Airlines flight crashed

MH370: Pilot says he knows where missing Malaysia Airlines flight crashed

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GB News (US)

A pilot with more than 50 years’ experience in the aviation industry insists he knows the location of MH370 after it disappeared 10 years ago. Australian Captain Byron Bailey suggests the tragedy, which saw 227 passengers and 12 crew members vanish in 2014, was not a tragic accident, but rather a deliberate mass murder-suicide led by Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah. The veteran pilot said after years of extensive research, he believes the site of the wreckage is near where authorities searched for the missing plane. Speaking during a documentary ahead of the 10-year anniversary, Bailey says he is c… (more…)

EXCLUSIVE: Missing Malaysia Flight MH370 Will Be Found in 2024, Key Search Specialist Predicts

EXCLUSIVE: Missing Malaysia Flight MH370 Will Be Found in 2024, Key Search Specialist Predicts

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Knewz

The biggest aviation mystery in history will be solved this year when underwater search specialists uncover the wreckage of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370. This is the prediction of one of the key researchers in the case, whose work has helped pinpoint the most accurate probable crash site to date, Knewz.com has learned. Private contractors are tantalizingly close to announcing details of a new search for the wreckage in the remote southern Indian Ocean. The search is likely to begin toward the end of 2024. Once underway, it could only take weeks to find the plane using the most up-to-… (more…)

Spanish court convicts arbitrator who awarded $15 billion to sultan’s heirs in Malaysia dispute

Spanish court convicts arbitrator who awarded $15 billion to sultan’s heirs in Malaysia dispute

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Reuters UK

MADRID (Reuters) – A Spanish arbitrator who awarded $15 billion to the descendants of a former sultan in a land dispute with Malaysia dating back to the 19th century has been convicted of contempt of court, it was announced on Monday, a significant victory in Malaysia’s efforts to annul the case. Gonzalo Stampa was accused by the Spanish state prosecutor and Malaysia of failing to comply with a Madrid court ruling to drop the case by instead moving it to a court in Paris. Stampa was sentenced to six months in jail and barred from operating for one year, according to the ruling. In February 202… (more…)

Malaysia PM announces 30-day free visa entry for travellers from India

Malaysia PM announces 30-day free visa entry for travellers from India

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ANI News

Kuala Lumpur [Malaysia], November 27 (ANI): Malaysia’s Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim on Sunday announced that visitors from India and China will be granted 30-day visa-free entry into Malaysia from December 1, Malaysia-based Malay Mail reported. He said that the visa exemption is still subject to security screenings for past records of crime or violence. In his address at the 2023 People’s Justice Party (PKR) National Congress, Anwar Ibrahim said, “Starting from December 1, we will give additional facilities of 30 days of visa exemption to the Arab countries, Turkey, Jordan, and citizens of Chi… (more…)

Malaysia to take legal action against Facebook over harmful posts

Malaysia to take legal action against Facebook over harmful posts

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Kyodo News

Malaysia’s internet regulator said Friday it plans to take legal action against Facebook operator Meta Platforms Inc. over harmful posts, claiming its response to requests to remove those about race, royalty, religion and other sensitive subjects was too slow. The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission said in a statement that the Facebook platform has been inundated with “undesirable contents” related to such subjects, as well as impersonation, illegal online gambling and scam advertisements. Malaysia has increased pressure on social media operators to improve their content modera… (more…)

Malaysia seeks Interpol help to track US comedian over MH370 joke

Malaysia seeks Interpol help to track US comedian over MH370 joke

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AFP

Kuala Lumpur (AFP) – Malaysian police said they asked Interpol on Wednesday to help track down a US comedian after her joke about the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 sparked fury and even an apology from Singapore. Jocelyn Chia told the joke during a set at the Comedy Cellar in New York City, reportedly in April, as she riffed on the historically testy relationship between Malaysia and Singapore, where she was raised. MH370 went missing in March 2014, and is one of Malaysia’s deadliest aviation incidents, with all 239 people on board presumed dead. Such was the outrage over Chi… (more…)