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Flight 370 - Over $35K disappears from bank accounts of Malaysia Flight 370 victims

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Over $35K disappears from bank accounts of Malaysia Flight 370 victims

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KUALA LUMPUR (PIX11) - Police say they have identified two suspects after thousands of dollars disappeared from the bank accounts of passengers on Malaysia Flight MH370. Roughly $35,000 was withdrawn, according to The Straits Times.  Police and the bank are investigating after the money vanished from the accounts of people presumed dead. “Do not speculate on this matter and allow us to conduct a thorough investigation,” Senior Deputy Commissioner Tajuddin Md Isa told reporters.

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Malaysia Flight 370: Police Name Suspect In Passenger Bank Account Thefts

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Many questions remain in the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. Most recently, authorities discovered nearly $35,000 was stolen from the bank accounts of three passengers and one crew member. Authorities have determined the theft was facilitated by an HSBC bank employee, who transferred the funds out of the victims’ accounts. Authorities identified the victims of theft as Ju Kun, Tian Jun Wei, Tan Size Hian, and Hue Pui Heng.

Man sought for MH370 passenger bank account theft

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10:55pm, Mon 18 Aug 2014 Last updated Mon 18 Aug 2014 A man accused of stealing from the bank accounts of passengers aboard missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370 is being sought by police. Children sign and MH370 memorial board. Credit: ReutersThe Pakistani national is thought to be involved in theft of almost £21,000 from the bank accounts of two Chinese passengers according to a statement from the Kuala Lumpur Commercial Crime Investigation Department.

Over $35K disappears from bank accounts of Malaysia Flight 370 victims

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Over $35K disappears from bank accounts of Malaysia Flight 370 victims

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KUALA LUMPUR (PIX11) - Police say they have identified two suspects after thousands of dollars disappeared from the bank accounts of passengers on Malaysia Flight MH370. Roughly $35,000 was withdrawn, according to The Straits Times.  Police and the bank are investigating after the money vanished from the accounts of people presumed dead. “Do not speculate on this matter and allow us to conduct a thorough investigation,” Senior Deputy Commissioner Tajuddin Md Isa told reporters.

Two ships to conduct underwater MH370 search

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Two ships to conduct underwater MH370 search

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Two ships to conduct underwater MH370 searchAdded: 06.08.2014 5:58 | 0 views | 0 commentsSource: www.ibtimes.comA Dutch company will carry out the underwater search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 with two ships equipped with side-scan sonar and echo sounders.More in edition.cnn.

Australia says Dutch contractor Fugro Survey to search Indian Ocean for missing Malaysian jet

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In this map released on July 31, 2014, by the Joint Agency Coordination Centre, details are presented in the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 in the southern Indian Ocean. Australian Transport Minister Warren Truss said on Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2014, that Dutch contractor Fugro Survey Pty. Ltd. will conduct the underwater search for the Malaysian airliner that crashed off the Australian coast in March.

Joe Brolly for Saturday Night with Miriam

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Joe Brolly for Saturday Night with Miriam

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Barrister, Gaelic Football pundit and campaigner Joe Brolly, Cystic Fibrosis campaigner Orla Tinsley, and one woman's tragic tale of the aftermath of Malaysian Airlines flight 370 are featured on Saturday Night with Miriam this week. Sara Bajc, an American schoolteacher whose partner, Philip Wood, is among the 239 people still missing from Malaysian Airlines flight 370 talks to Miriam about her search for answers.

Malaysia Airlines Search Update: Australia Says Deep-Sea Search For MH370 On Track For September

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Malaysia Airlines Search Update: Australia Says Deep-Sea Search For MH370 On Track For September

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A deep-water search for signs of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is on track to start in September, Australian officials confirmed on Thursday. They said that two ships tasked with mapping part of the southern Indian Ocean are continuing to make progress ahead of the mission this fall.

The Malaysia Airlines Accidents

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The Malaysia Airlines Accidents

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On March 8, 2014, Malaysia Airlines confirmed that Flight 370, enroute from Kuala Lampur to Beijing, had disappeared from radar. The plane was carrying 227 passengers from 27 nations, and 12 crew members. Its disappearance sparked an immediate and massive search. Here, Indonesian navy pilots look over waters bordering  Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand.

Looming compensation battle

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Looming compensation battle

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7News Brisbane July 25, 2014, 5:38 pm One week on from the MH17 crash, money is the last thing on the minds of most grieving families. But compensation claims are inevitable after aircraft disasters, something Malaysia Airlines is well aware of after the disappearance of Flight MH-370 in March. 'In terms of the claims against the airline we're potentially looking at hundreds of millions of dollars.

MH17 Crash: How Malaysia Airlines Can Salvage Its Brand | Asia

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MH17 Crash: How Malaysia Airlines Can Salvage Its Brand | Asia

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Malaysia Airlines is in uncharted territory after the disappearance of Flight 370 in March with 239 people aboard was followed this week by the downing of another of its jets, carrying 298 people, over Ukraine.Before the disasters the carrier had among the worst financial performance of any airline. An even bigger question mark now hangs over the future of Malaysia Airlines, with its brand tied to two almost unfathomable tragedies.