Tuesday, October 21, 2014   

(Flight MH370) Oil spill test result due in the afternoon
(03-10 13:00)

Samples from the oil spill suspected to be from the missing Malaysia Airline Boeing 777 on route to Beijing and found in the South China Sea, about 100 nautical miles from the Tok Bali Beach, Kelantan, has been sent to the Chemistry Department in Petaling Jaya, the Malaysian state news agency reported.
The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency said the samples collected by the vessel KD Amanah Sunday at 11am had been sent to the department last night. Results are expected in the after noon today, the agency told Bernama.

   
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