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KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA — Nearly one year later and we’re still no closer to solving one of the biggest mysteries of all time. The world watched in horror as news spread that 239 people aboard Malaysia Airlines flight 370 simply disappeared. For weeks, families of the 227 passengers and 13 crew members held on to hope that their loved ones had crashed somewhere and were still alive.

But almost 365 days later, not one single scrap of debris has been found. Countless theories have been tossed around, but the one that the Malaysian government is most confident in, is that the plane ran out of fuel somewhere over the Indian Ocean. The search has never stopped.


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