LIVE STREAM: Malaysia Airlines plane missing with 239 people. Malaysia Airlines Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Beijing Vietnam
The Vietnamese High Command of Navy has announced that the flight crashed off Vietnam's Tho Chu Island. (Trend.az)
Malaysia Airlines denies crash report, says plane carrying 239 passengers still missing (Financial Express)
Nationalities of The Passengers: China 152 (plus one infant), Malaysia 38, Indonesia 12, Australia 7, France 3, U.S. 3 (plus 1 infant), New Zealand 2, Ukraine 2, Canada 2, Russia 1, Italy 1, Taiwan 1, Netherlands 1 and Austria 1. (Toronto Star)
NEWS: Monkey Steals Man’s Video Camera, Takes Monkey Selfie
During a trip to the Uluwatu Temple in Bali, a man set his GoPro camera down to film himself feeding monkeys. One of them apparently decided he'd rather take than be fed, and made off with the still recording camera....
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