Friday, November 27, 2015   

(Flight MH370) Malaysia insists on verifying
(03-20 16:03)

While saying “every lead is a hope,'' Malaysian Defense and Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein stressed the need for verification.
“We want to verify, we want to corroborate,'' he told reporters at Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
He was responding to what appears to a promising lead in the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777. Australian authorities said two “relatively indistinct,’’objects had been detected by satellite.—AFP
Other China breaking news:
Hainan tests round island high-speed rail line (1 hr 32 mins ago)
(H7N9 virus) Guangdong farmer infected with bird flu (1 hr 36 mins ago)
Beijing reiterates ‘defensive’ military posture amid PLA reforms (2 hrs 37 mins ago)
Rights activist Guo Feixiong convicted in Guangzhou court (11-27 12:34)
Beijing explores Djibouti naval base (11-26 20:23)
China-born beauty contestant Lin grounded in HK (11-26 20:18)
Journalist Gao Yu freed on medical grounds (11-26 19:54)
Wild animal traffickers hid pangolins and ivory in frozen fish cargo (11-26 17:43)
Fujian names new acting governor (11-26 17:38)
Japan plans to move hundreds of troop onto disputed islands (11-26 17:25)

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