Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak says that one of two possible locations for flight 370 is the border of Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan. Yes, the plane could have been flown to Borat land. The other area being checked out is Indonesia to southern India. If the MH370 flight landed near the border of Kazakhstan, then this again throws off the whole idea looking in the Indian Ocean. This is officially the most disjointed search and rescue mission I have ever seen. Obviously, the people who probably perished aboard Malaysia Arlines suffered greatly. But can you imagine what the families of these 239 people must go going through right now with this Keystone Cops search effort? It’s a living hell for them. Also, the plane was in the air for SEVEN hours, according to Najib Razak.
|One of the possible locations of MH370 is on the border of Kazakhstan|
Malaysia PM says search widens to two corridors, including Kazakhstan-Turkmenistan border area and Indonesia to southern India – @NBCNews
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Malaysian Prime Minister says one of 2 possible locations for flight 370 is the 'border of Kazakhstan'.
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UPDATE: Malaysian PM: Data suggest plane was airborne for 7+ hours; deliberate action suspected inside plane: http://t.co/UwLssT19K8
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