Vietnam’s President Nguyen Phu Trong with Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev met in Hanoi on November 19, 2018.
Luong Thai Linh/AFP
A small country surrounded by giants such as China, Russia and the United States, Vietnam long ago learned to work with its neighbours and assert its independence.
Data from hydrophones in the Indian ocean has raised new questions about what happened to MH370.
Amelia Earhart’s Lockheed Model 10-E Electra, with advanced navigation equipment mounted above the cockpit.
Eight decades after missing aviator Amelia Earhart was declared dead, technologies still don’t quite track every airplane all over the globe.
MH370 safety investigation reports from the Ministry of Transport headquarters in Putrajaya, Malaysia.
A “lack of evidence” didn’t help investigators find any cause for the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, but a report recommends further changes to try to prevent such accidents happening again.
A new method has been developed to find objects that land at sea using underwater sounds.
Looking in the wrong place? The search for missing flight MH370.
AAP IMAGE/Reuters Pool, Richard Polden
Oceanographers say they have the “credible new information” authorities need to resume the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.
Filipino artists painted an image of MH370 at a high school in the Philippines in 2014 to express solidarity and hope for the passengers and crew of the missing flight.
The search for MH370 has been officially suspended without having found the plane. Where could MH370 be? Was the search in vain?
Somewhere out there: but where best to search the Indian Ocean for flight MH370?
AAP Image/Richard Wainwright
Further analysis of the debris from missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 point to a possible new search area in the Indian Ocean.
Scientists are using detailed computer models of the ocean to trace debris back through the currents to the potential crash site.
UFO or lens flare?
It’s easy to attribute the wrong cause to a mysterious phenomenon. But science has some tools to help you avoid these attribution errors.
Rough conditions in the Southern Indian Ocean as the search for MH370 continues.
Australian Transport Safety Bureau/John Draves
There are hopes that another piece of the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 has been found. But authorities still don’t know what happened to the aircraft, and the 239 people on board.
If you want the best tool for making educated guesses, then you’d better get the basics right.
Greater certainty around who carries costs for international aviation searches would comfort families.
Australia has borne the brunt of costs for MH370. But there are fairer ways to apportion costs for future searches.
Maylasia Airlines Flight MH370 disappeared on 8 March 2014.
The collective wisdom of expert crowds could provide the answer to the Malaysia Airlines mystery.
A piece of aircraft wing that washed up on an Indian Ocean island.
The aircraft part found on an Indian ocean island is said to be from a Boeing 777 but the challenge now is to determine if the wreckage is from the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH 370.
Raymond Wae Tion/EPA
Stray debris on a distant beach could well be the first remnant found of missing Flight MH370.
Messages left without answers.
The fact we’re no closer to finding Flight MH370 shouldn’t stop us from looking.
Bet you wouldn’t find this on Mars.
As ships resume the search for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 in the depths of the Indian Ocean this week, we often hear that the oceans are “95% unexplored” and that we know more about the surface…
This could be Malaysia Airlines’ last chance to get its house in order.
Following the catastrophic losses of flights MH370 over the Indian Ocean and MH17 over Ukraine, Malaysia Airlines (MAS) has received a bailout of nearly £1.2 billion from the Malaysian government. The…
A company in need of a reconnection with customers.
Malaysia Airlines was hit with two extraordinary crises this year that have rocked the confidence of customers and left the company struggling to manage the damage. Lone passengers are posting pictures…