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They’re prepared to expand the search for the missing Malaysian airliner

The AP says: The search area for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 will be expanded by another 60,000 square kilometers (23,000 square miles) in the Indian Ocean if the jetliner is not found by May, officials said Thursday, affirming their commitment to not give up until it is located. The story is here.

Officials Prepared to Double Flight 370 Search Area

The search area for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 will be expanded by another 23,000 square miles in the Indian Ocean if the jetliner is not found by May, officials said today, affirming their commitment to not give up until it is located. The announcement removes some ambiguity...

Search For Malaysia Airline Flight 370 To Be Expanded If Plane Not Found By May

2 days agoNews : Huffington Post

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — The search area for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 will be expanded by another 60,000 square kilometers (23,000 square miles) in the Indian Ocean if the jetliner is not found by May, officialsShow More Summary

The Invisible Hand Rolls the Dice

At 35,000 feet over the Indian Ocean, Lee Pao Nelson paused to re-evaluate his life. There was plenty of tangible evidence to score himself by. It was his thirtieth birthday, and here he was in first class, a piquant glass of merlot on the tray table in front of him, leather upholstery underneath him, his understated Joseph Abboud suit shrugging off the wrinkles.

Shark kills 13-year-old surfer off island in the Indian Ocean

A 13-year-old surfer was killed in the waters off an Indian Ocean island on Sunday morning after he was attacked by a shark, in full view of horrified onshore onlookers. Elio Canestri, described by pro surfer Jeremy Flores as “one of our best up and coming” surfers, reportedly was surfing in an area off the […]

Shark Kills Surfer, 13, Off French Island

A teenage surfer died in a shark attack this morning off the French Indian Ocean island of Reunion, reports the BBC. The 13-year-old boy, said to be a talented surfer named Elio, was in a closed-off section of water; the AP notes that a spike in shark attacks has driven...

Weekly Feline News

Here go the cat-related news for this past week..The first and perhaps most shocking news of this week comes from an unlikely place. La Reunion island in the Indian Ocean. A French island of roughly a thousand square miles in size, La Reunion is located a couple of hundred miles off the eastern coast of Africa. Show More Summary

MH370: What did ships notice on the day it disappeared?

When Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 inexplicably changed course on 8 March 2014 and from all indications eventually flew to its doom in the southern Indian Ocean, it must have crossed paths with the shipping below. But has anyone systematically interrogated those container ships, or those fishing fleet mother ships that were legal? And if they [...]

UK 'Assessing' Diego Garcia Flight Records Amid CIA Torture Claims

The British government has been accused of stalling over the publication of flight records in and out of the British-owned island of Diego Garcia, amid claims the remote Indian Ocean location was used as part of the CIA's post 9/11 torture and rendition program.

Diego Garcia: UK Delays Publication of Flight Records Which May Hold Truth About CIA Activities

last weekNews : Vice News

A senior Bush administration official told VICE News in January that the agency did hold prisoners at a US base on the British Indian Ocean territory. But the UK continues to stall on releasing the logs.

MH370 Crash Site Found? Maldives Islanders Claim Jet Wreckage Is In Indian Ocean Near Kudahuvadhoo

The crash site of the MH370 aircraft has allegedly been found, according to a group of islanders in the Maldives. The Express has reported that inhabitants of the island of Kudahuvadhoo, in Dhaalu Atol, want investigators who are searching...Show More Summary

Ocean acidification: a serious threat to coral reef

Over the last few decades the amount of carbon-di-oxide has been increased day to day. The ocean acidification is the additional concern with global warming. The rate of ocean acidification in Atlantic Pacific and Indian Ocean has been increased in comparison to pre-industrial times to post industrial times. Reports and researches have showed that ocean […]

Weekly Read Board--USN

Upcoming Events Th 1030-1200: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: Naval Nuclear Dynamics in the Indian Ocean Scuttlebutt (News) · New US Navy Fleet Goal: 308 Ships The Navy’s 30-year shipbuilding plan has been revised upwardShow More Summary

Could this be the answer to mystery of the plane MH370 that disappeared over a year ago?

It’s been over a year since Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 disappeared, probably crashing into the Indian Ocean. Oddly, although a search team continues to look for the downed plane off the west coast

MH370: Locals Of Remote Maldives Island In The Indian Ocean May Have Seen The Malaysia Airlines Flight

Reports by residents of a small Indian Ocean island community in the Maldives that they saw a large passenger jet flying over the area on the morning that the Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 was reported missing have raised the possibility...Show More Summary

The Flashing Eye of a Cyclone From Space

I’ve posted a lot of images of cyclones from space … but I have never seen anything like this! That is the view of the tropical cyclone Bansi, which has been blowing in the Indian Ocean, a few hundred kilometers east of the island of Mauritius, which is itself east of Madagascar. Show More Summary

The Allure of Dark Tourism

The French photographer Ambroise Tézenas was travelling in Sri Lanka when the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami struck, killing more than thirty thousand people on the island within minutes. Four years later, he came across a newspaper article...Show More Summary

Going Nuclear in Indian Ocean

 As India, Pakistan and perhaps China develop their naval nuclear forces, they will enter increasingly murky waters, says a report published in the National Interest.

Rise in Illegal Fishing Threatens to Revive Somali Piracy

A rise in illegal fishing off Somalia could spark a resurgence in piracy, United Nations and Somali fishing officials have warned, nearly three years after the pirates' last successful hijacking in the Indian Ocean. The post Rise in Illegal Fishing Threatens to Revive Somali Piracy appeared first on gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News.

Asia's Coming Nuclear Nightmare

David Brewster Security, The nuclear race in the Indian Ocean is heating up... While the world focuses on the dangers that a nuclear-armed Iran could present in the Middle East, a potentially more dangerous and unstable nuclear proliferation...Show More Summary

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