Objects found in Madagascar could possibly belong to MH370 passengers and crew


It could be a solid lead in solving the mysterious disappearance of the Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 (MH370) two years ago while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board!

Families of the passengers and crew of that flight have posted photos of personal items that could possibly belong to those people flying on that aircraft. A US blogger named Blaine Gibson has found those items on the shores of Madagascar.


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Mr Gibson has spent more than a year to travel the world in the hope of finding clues about the mysterious disappearance of MH370. However, in a post on the Facebook Page MH370 Families, it has been stated Mr Gibson had made it clear that the found objects might have nothing to do with the passengers of MH370. However, all those objects had been found in Riake Beach, Isle Ste. Marie, Madagascar – the same perimeter of the beach where Mr Gibson found an aircraft debris.

The aircraft debris has already been handed over to Malaysian officials and they will take the help of Australian experts in Canberra to find out if it belongs to the disappeared MH370. Previously, Mr Gibson found a part of a plane in Mozambique and officials said that it ‘almost certainly’ belongs to that missing Boeing 777.


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Currently, a deepwater search covering an area of more than 120,000 square kilometres, run by the governments of Malaysia, Australia, and China, is going on but has failed to find any trace of the missing aircraft. The search is due to end in August and officials from the three countries will meet in Kuala Lumpur this week to decide the next course of action.

Since the disappearance of MH370, no solid trace of it has been found so far despite extensive searches.

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