Thursday, March 20, 2014
Two objects have been found in the southern Indian Ocean which could be related to the missing Malaysian Airlines MH730, BBC News is reporting.
Australian's have joined the search for the aircraft, which disappeared on March 8 with 239 passengers on board.
Today BBC reports Prime Minister Tony Abbott made the announcement, stating the objects have been identified on satellite imagery.
"Following specialist analysis of this satellite imagery, two possible objects related to the search have been identified," Abbott said.
There is still a chance that these objects may not be related to the missing aircraft.
And earlier today...
Devastated family members of those on board missing Malaysian airlines flight MH370 have caused an uproar in protest to the Malaysian authorities at a press conference.
The chaos erupted just before Malaysian authorities were about to address media to reveal files were recently deleted from the personal flight simulator owned by the pilot... Another suspicious addition to a bemusing collection of information.
The relatives showed up to the Sama Sama Hotel in Kuala Lumpur carrying banners, accusing of Malaysian authorities of hiding the truth, wasting time and money on the search.
One relative was knocked to the ground in a stampede as police pushed back on the protest.
The latest theory circulating is that Asian officials are staging a mass cover up, after it was reported Thai and Malaysian military saw the missing aircraft on the day it disappeared.
EERIE: Watch as MH370 go through their final security check.