Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

Malaysia Airlines

Malaysian Airline Flight 370 vanished on March 8, en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur with 239 people on board. Investigators from over 25 countries are continuing to try to locate the jet. (Photograph: Charles Pertwee/Bloomberg)

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  • Chinese Critics Accuse Malaysia of Acting Like, Well, China

    In the days since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared, perhaps the most vocal public critic of the incompetent Malaysian response has been the Chinese government and its official media outlets.

  • Pesek: A Plane Disappears, Malaysia's Flaws Emerge

    Confusion doesn't normally make for a great economic indicator. But the chaos that's marred the hunt for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is revealing quite a bit about Malaysia's potential -- or lack thereof.

  • View Editors: How to Find the Next Missing Plane

    Four days after Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 vanished somewhere between Kuala Lumpur and Beijing, its fate remains unknown, adding a cruel uncertainty to the grief of the families and friends of the 239 people onboard.

  • Minter: Flotsam and False Leads in Flight 370 Search

    One of the few facts we've learned for certain from the international search and rescue mission for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is that the South China Sea is very, very polluted.

  • Klein: Once Again: Calamity Strikes, Markets Overreact

    The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is a mystery and a tragedy. The world should be focused on finding the plane and increasing safety and security in the industry. Markets, however, are remorseless, and don't pause for calamity.

  • Minter: Missing Plane Has Chinese Flying Scared

    It’s been a rough two weeks in China. On March 1, knife-wielding terrorists killed 29 people and injured more than 140 at a train station in Kunming, capital of southwestern Yunnan province.

  • Minter: A Missing Plane and a Stolen Passport Mystery

    There are 40 million stolen passports in Interpol’s Stolen and Lost Travel Documents database in Lyon, France, including at least two that were used to board ill-fated Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 early Saturday morning.

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