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The search for MH370 has been expanded

The search for MH370 has been expanded 0

The search for MH370 has been expanded

Malaysia’s Defense Minister and Acting Transport Minister, Hishammuddin Hussein during today’s press conference.

The above information was announced by Malaysian Defense Minister and Acting Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein during a recent press conference at Kuala Lumpur airport.

`Over the past 24 hours, we have worked tirelessly with our colleagues to narrow down the search corridors,` he said.

Mr. Hussein also said that the exact time ACARS, the plane’s satellite data transmission device, was disabled, had nothing to do with the location of the missing plane.

Present at the press conference, Malaysian Foreign Minister Anifah Aman said that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of this country has sent 14 notices to relevant countries in the search for assistance.

The search for MH370 has been expanded

Two new search arcs for MH370 (Click on image to see details).

Malaysia’s Ministry of Transport has also consulted with the US on the country’s use of satellite data.

When asked about the impact of political confrontations on the search, Mr. Hussein affirmed that the Malaysian government’s position is to always put this issue above politics.

Mr. Hussein dismissed the question about whether Malaysia was hiding information about MH370.

When the reporter asked a question implying `9/11-style` attacks, Mr. Hussein said he did not want these theories to distract the search team.

The search for MH370 has been expanded

Image released by the Malaysian Prime Minister’s Office of the northern search corridor for MH370.

The final question concerns whether MH370’s flight path was planned.

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