What happened to flight MH370? New book questions official narrative

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It’s probably the greatest #mystery in modern #aviation: what happened to #flightMH370? On March 8, 2014, the #MalaysianAirlines flight disappeared en route to Beijing. Seven years later and despite the most expensive underwater search in history, no wreckage has been found and the families of those on board are no closer to understanding what happened. Florence de Changy, an investigative journalist, has spent years trying to get answers. She has now published her second book on the topic, “The Disappearing Act”. She tells us why she does not trust the official narrative.

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