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Wednesday, March 12, 2014

MH370 : Airport security lapse makes world news - Malaysiakini

News of Malaysia's security lapse over two imposters boarding the MH370 flight is dominating world headlines on the missing plane.

According to a Bernama report today, The Independent of the United Kingdom posed a question over a security lapse by carrying the heading "Stolen passports revelation in Malaysia Airlines crash exposes alarming flaw in flight security."

Likewise, The Sydney Morning Herald raised a poser over a security loophole with the heading "Can't immigration officials think?"

The Telegraph carried the heading "Malaysia plane crash: debris spotted as investigators probe passport link'

Meanwhile USA Today said, "Stolen passports on flights common, weak link" and Sun Star Daily of the Philippines published the heading "Suspicious passengers of missing jet checked".

Earlier today, Interpol in a strongly worded statement slammed both Malaysia and MAS for failing to make use of its database on stolen passports.

It said two stolen passports, originally belonging to an Italian and an Austrian and which were used by impostors to board MH370, are listed on its database.

“If MAS and all airlines worldwide were able to check the passport details of prospective passengers against Interpol's database, then we would not have to speculate whether stolen passports were used by terrorists to board MH 370,” Interpol secretary general Ronald K Noble said in the statement.

Search grips world attention

MH370 went missing en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing after taking off from KLIA at 12.41 am on Saturday. It should have landed in Beijing at 6.30am local time.

60 hours after its disappearance from radars, all possible clues to its fate have been debunked and authorities are no closer to establishing the plane's whereabouts.

The New Work Times said: "Disparate theories on fate of jet as search grows" while The Washington Post reported on the possible sighting of wreckage with the heading "Possible debris, but few clues from missing jet".

News on the missing plane was also featured across the front pages of The Times of India with the heading "Terror theory for missing Malaysian jet; door spotted" while the The Australian had "Vietnam says plane debris spotted".

The Chicago Tribune meanwhile speculated "Missing Malaysian plane disintegrated mid-air".

Airport security lapse makes world news - Malaysiakini

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