Secret services get involved in probe of missing Malaysian flight MH370
March 30, 2014 - Kuala Lumpur
- The possibility of a terror attack in the disappearance of the Malaysian Airlines Passenger flight MH370 is back as Malaysian authorities have revealed that secret services from UK, US and China are involved in the probe.
- The MI6, CIA and Chinese agencies have been looking into the flight simulator found in the home of flight's Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah.
- The FBI have not found any thing suspicious in the device according to Malaysian transport minister Hishammuddin Hussein.
- The Inspector general of police in Malaysia said four possible scenarios may be responsible for the disappearance of the flight - terrorism, hijacking, personal and psychological problems or technical failure.
- A naval officer of the U.S. has not ruled out years before the debris of the flight could be found. Eight ships and 10 planes from six countries are part of the search team to find the debris of the missing MH370. Militaries of Australia, China, Malaysia, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea and the United States are involved.
- Australian navy ship, the Ocean Shield, which was fitted with US black box locator and underwater drone is expected to leave port on Sunday.
- Relatives of passengers in missing flight demand answers
- Several relatives of the Chinese passengers in the flight have flown to Malaysia to find out the reasons for the missing jet.
- Thirty-nine relatives from China arrived Sunday in Malaysia.
- There are 239 people on board the MH370 from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8. The flight went missing and Malaysia authorities have given up any hope for the passengers of the jet.