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Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went down over the southern Indian Ocean, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said Monday, citing a new analysis of satellite data by a British satellite company and accident investigators, and apparently ending hopes that anyone survived.
Amid the void of information on their fates, it seems at times that the passengers and crew of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 have been reduced to a number.
With the search for the wreckage of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 now concentrated in the southern Indian Ocean, any debris found could give investigators some clues as to what happened to the jetliner.
Monday's announcement by Malaysia's Prime Minister acknowledging that missing Flight 370 ended in the southern Indian Ocean opens the door to a big question: How did new number crunching confirm the Boeing 777's path?
Reeva Steenkamp told Oscar Pistorius she was afraid of him and his temper less than three weeks before he shot and killed her, the judge in his murder trial was told Monday.
Chris McLaughlin of Inmarsat discusses the satellite technology used to conclude Flight 370 ended in the Indian Ocean.
David McKenzie reports relatives of passengers on MH370 reacted with 'raw emotion' upon hearing that all lives were lost.
Across Ukraine's eastern border, Russian troops continue massing. Kiev fears it may be an invasion force ready to push into Russian-speaking communities in eastern Ukraine. Others are concerned that Moscow's expansion plans may not stop at Crimea and that other former Soviet states may follow.
Experts conclude Malaysia Flight 370 crashed in the Indian Ocean, but unanswered questions remain for family members.
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak discusses developments in the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
Taliban gunmen opened fire in Kabul's luxurious and heavily fortified Serena Hotel, shooting a journalist and his family.
An Egyptian court sentenced at least 528 supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood to death Monday on charges related to violent riots in the southern Egyptian city of Minya last August, including the murder of a police officer, the country's official news agency said.
A Turkish government ban on Twitter has provoked widespread fury in Turkey, and condemnation around the world, with the country's own president taking to the social media website to condemn Ankara's actions.
An Ebola outbreak in Guinea has killed at least 59 people, according to UNICEF. At least three of the victims were kids.
New details provide a clearer chronology about what might have happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 between its takeoff and its last known spotting seven hours later.
A neighbor of Oscar Pistorius said she heard "terrified screaming" the morning that Reeva Steenkamp was fatally shot.
Thailand's constitutional court has declared the country's February 2 general election invalid as it breached a law requiring that the polling process be completed on the same day nationwide.
At least 31 people have died in Venezuela and 461 have been injured in violent clashes between opposition demonstrators and government forces that began last month, an official said Thursday.