Indian Ocean News
Malaysia Government Says 2 More Pieces 'Almost Certainly' From MH370
The plane vanished without a trace more than two years ago with 239 people on board.
Officials Say Debris Found on Australian Island Not MH370
Investigators said Wednesday that debris found on an Australian island was not from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370
Payet Stays Relaxed at Euro 2016, Despite Rising Expectation
The burden of bailing out France's misfiring attack at the European Championship has yet to affect Dimitri Payet _ who is staying as relaxed as possible, despite the growing expectation
Maldives Government Releases Policy on Terrorism, Extremism
The Maldives government plans to conduct de-radicalization and awareness programs aimed at stopping its citizens from being attracted by foreign Islamist extremist groups, according to its first policy paper on terrorism.
Kenya: Judge Upholds Use of Anal Probes to Define Sexuality
Kenya: Judge upholds use of anal probes to determine sexuality after complaint of torture
Malaysia Airlines Records Monthly Profit for First Time in Years: Report
Malaysia Airlines turned a profit for the first month in years in February, CEO Christoph Mueller told the Associated Press . The airline, which has been beset by financial issues for years, suffered two disasters in 2014 that severely injured its brand: first, the disappearance of MH370 , and
Debris 'Almost Certainly' From MH370, Say Officials
An analysis concludes the debris is "consistent" with parts from a Boeing 777.
Debris Found on African Beach 'Almost Certainly' from MH370, Says Australian Official
Debris found on a beach in the African nation of Mozambique in late February "is almost certainly" from Malaysian Airlines flight 370, Australia's Minister for Infrastructure and Transport said Wednesday, following an analysis of the two pieces of debris. "The analysis has concluded the debris is