The Prime Minister of Malaysia stood in front of
many of the world's media this evening (Monday), to say that the
Malaysia Airlines flight, MH370, ended its journey in the
southern Indian Ocean, south west of Australia.
Najib Razak said that new data analysis from the UK's
Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) and Inmarsat, showed that the last known location of the
aircraft was in the southern Indian Ocean, south west of Perth.
He said, "It's a remote location, far from any
possible landing sites. It is therefore with deep sadness, and
regret, that I must inform you that according to this new data,
flight MH 370 ended in the Southern Indian Ocean."
The Prime Minister did not take any questions
and answers in the press conference, but did say that there will
be a press conference on Tuesday.
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