BY | March 11, 2014

The mystery is getting deeper and deeper. There are no clues so far. MH370 Malaysia Airlines missing plane: baffling turn & latest update day 5

Even after four days of extensive combing operation launched by a team of investigators containing experts from several countries, the whereabouts of the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200ER, continues to be a mystery. The disappearance of the aircraft carrying 239 passengers and crew grabbed headlines across the world. Since then many theories have been doing the rounds with some even suggesting it the handiwork of terrorists.

Their claim got further strengthened after CCT imagery released by Malaysian police shows two Iranians holding stolen passports of an Australian. Besides, this is being termed as a rare of the rarest of case in recent aviation history in which the aircraft got untraceable after it disappeared from civilian radar screens. Moreover, investigators are yet to lay their hands on aircraft’s wreckage.

Newspapers have reported quoting military officials who have been briefed by investigators: “It changed course after Kota Bharu and took a lower altitude. It made it into the Malacca Strait.”

With further delay in the recovery of the aircraft that was bound to China from Malaysia fears of terror attack is being talked about. Keeping all this in mind Malaysia’s military has been probing all angles from day one. But with no evidence, save the case of two Iranians using stolen passports, coming forward it continues to be a mystery.

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