Submitted by ub on Sun, 03/09/2014 - 20:10

An international hunt for a missing Malaysia Airlines flight continues and new mysterious clues come up causing fear for family members.

The sudden disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, and the international identities of its passengers appear to be sunk deep in the southeast Asian waters as a multinational search effort continues for the missing jet.

Navy teams from Vietnam have spotted floating objects approximately 50 miles southwest of Tho Chu Island, which is located off that country's southwest coast in the Gulf of Thailand.
Three search and rescue vessels have been deployed to the location.

Terrorism is feared because of previous cases of illegal immigrants using fake passports trying to get into Western countries. Southeast Asia is known to be a booming market for stolen passports.
Once the black box is recovered, the information may become clearer. Or then again, it may not...83 planes have gone missing since 1948.