Malaysian officials in their first official report on the March 8 disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, called on the international community to "examine the safety benefits of introducing a standard for real-time tracking" of commercial aircraft,” but provided few new details on the mystery. Although it was made available to the public on May 1, the report was dated April 9, one day after the International Civil Aviation Organization announced it would convene ...
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