Air and sea hunt continues for missing Malaysia flight
NBC News: Crews used planes, boats and helicopters to search the South China Sea off of Malaysia Saturday for any sign of a Malaysia Airlines plane — carrying 239 people, including three Americans — that lost contact with air traffic control en route to Beijing.
"It is, indeed, a mystery," Andrew Herdman, director-general of the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines, told the BBC on Saturday. "There’s no evidence so far of what happened to this aircraft."
Photo: A woman believed to be a relative of a passenger aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 cries at Beijing International Airport on Saturday. (Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters via NBCNews.com)
Drones are typically associated with government surveillance and police forces. But as the technology behind remotely-controlled unmanned aerial aircraft becomes cheaper and more accessible, the press and protesters have been increasingly deploying drones to record police movements and abuses. Below are some highlights of various protests around the world from the Ukraine to as far as Thailand, all taken by drone.
What happened yesterday night was another sad moment that will be appear in the books of modern history.
Unfortunately, humans still don’t learn from the past.
I have a week left to decide whether or not to change my life. To whatever higher being is out there, please just give me one more sign to let me know what I’m doing is right.