"Missing Malaysian airliner most likely flew into S Indian Ocean"

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Mystery still shrouds the case of the missing Malaysian airliner, as investigators come up with new ideas about its disappearance.

Sources close to investigators now say the missing plane most likely flew into southern Indian Ocean. The new search area expands from the west of Indonesia, and covers the Indian ocean west of Australia. Earlier, officials said somebody on the passenger plane intentionally diverted it, and flew the aircraft on either a northern or a southern route from its last known position. The Boeing triple-7 and its 2-hundred 39 passengers and crew went missing on March the 8th on its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. There's growing frustration among the family members of the missing passengers as search operations drag on.