DOZENS of conspiracy theories have surfaced in the wake of MH370's disappearance in March 2014. The latest theory involves a British national, the Cambodian jungle and Google Maps. Let's take a closer look... Is the MH370 mystery solved? Flight 370 disappeared on March 8, 2014, en route from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to Beijing with 239 people on board. Just 38 minutes into the flight, MH370 lost contact with Malaysia Airlines. The first official £112.5million search launched by Australia, China and Malaysia ended in January 2017. But early 2018, Malaysia agreed to pay US firm Ocean Infinity up to £51.53million ($70million) if it found the plane within 90 days. The company have now launched one last-ditch search trip to find the missing plane's black box. They'll be sending a ship to the remote spot in the Indian Ocean where an ultrasonic pulse - which may have been from the plane's black box - was detected in 2014. Investigators released a final report … [Read more...] about Flight MH370 theories – has the Malaysia Airlines plane mystery been solved and what’s the latest news from the search?
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DONALD Trump suggested a building an enormous wall across the Sahara Desert to solve Europe’s migrant crisis, a Spanish politician has claimed. Spain's Foreign Minister Josep Borrell, a former President of the European Parliament, said Trump insisted his Mexican barrier idea would work for Europe as well. Such a wall would probably span about 3,200 miles and based on the costs of the proposed wall in Mexico cost around £85billion, involve 90,000 plus workers and take three-and-a-half years to build. But while these numbers are epic enough, constructing a wall would more likely face teething problems - not least shoring up its foundations in shifting sands. The respected Spanish politician did not reveal when the controversial US leader allegedly put forward his radical migration solution. But diplomatic sources suggested was in June when he flew to the States in a trip coinciding with the visit to the White House of the Spanish King and Queen. Mr Borrell made the … [Read more...] about Donald Trump suggested building a wall across the SAHARA DESERT to solve Europe’s migrant crisis, Spanish minster claims
Following the success of spring play Something to Hide, Polegate Drama Group celebrates summer with Murder Mystery evenings. There are two different mysteries to solve on Friday August 3 and Saturday August 4 at Polegate Community Centre.Friday night’s mystery is Who Killed the Secret Agent? directed by Helen Griffin and Saturday night’s puzzler is Who Killed the Headmaster? directed by Cris Haniver. Come along and watch the short play and try to work out whodunnit - there will be a prize for the winning team! As well as the murder mystery to solve there will also be a quiz each evening.The tables are cabaret style and seat four or six people, and you are encouraged to bring along your friends and some food and drink to enjoy during the evening. Tickets are £8 each or see both shows for £15. Tickets are available online at www.polegatedramagroup.com or from Archers Estate Agents in Polegate. … [Read more...] about Put those sleuthing skills to the test with double murder
TWO amateur sleuths claim to have found an "item of interest" off the coast of Africa where they believe the doomed MH370 lies at the bottom of the sea. Duncan Heyde and Thane Kirby, from New Zealand, found the item during a trip to Mauritius, a tiny island near where wreckage has previously been found. The pair, who work as radio presenters, were visiting the region after raising £35,000 from listeners to investigate their theory. Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 disappeared in March 2014 while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board. To this day exactly how and why it vanished remains unknown - and one of the greatest unsolved mysteries of modern times. Duncan told The Daily Star: "We did see an item of interest at one of the coordinates. "It was a 2.5m wide man made looking dome white shaped object. "We managed to go over it five or six times times but couldn't stay on it due to the testing weather conditions in the area." The pair used the money to spend two … [Read more...] about MH370 sleuths discover ‘item of interest’ off the coast of Africa in bid to solve plane’s mystery disappearance
A LEADING aviation expert has rubbished claims that the pilot of doomed flight MH370 purposely tried to land the plane gently in the remote Indian ocean — pointing to crucial photo evidence. Christine Negroni said pics of washed up wreckage shows the Boeing 777's wing flaps were retracted when it smashed into the sea in March 2014. It means that the plane was not being fully controlled when it landed — casting further doubt on bombshell claims made by former Canadian air crash investigator Larry Vance. He told Australia's 60 Minutes earlier this month that pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah flew off course on a suicide mission and planned to kill himself and the 238 others on the journey from Beijing to Kuala Lumpur. Mr Vance said: "He [the pilot] was killing himself; unfortunately, he was killing everybody else on board, and he did it deliberately". And in his new book MH370: Mystery Solved, Mr Vance says evidence suggests Shah cruelly tried to ditch the plane as … [Read more...] about Could the flight MH370 mystery be solved once and for all by this photo?