- The Washington Times - Tuesday, March 18, 2014

China has jumped aboard the search bandwagon for the missing Malaysia jetliner, deploying its own stash of satellites — 21 of them — and scouring its own territories for debris.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei declined to give the specific locations of the search, NBC News reported.

But government-run media in China said the search would focus at the outset on the northern corridor, where the plane may actually have flown.

Roughly two-thirds of those on board the craft were Chinese — but China vehemently denied that any took part in the plane’s disappearance, which occurred more than a week ago.



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