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A view of oil slicks spotted in an area of the South China Sea about 100 nautical miles from Tok Bali Beach in Malaysia’s Kelantan state
A picture taken by personell of a Vietnamese search aircraft and made available by Tienphong.vn on March 9, 2014 shows what is believed to be a piece of debris of missing Malaysia Airlines airplane at an undisclosed location.
An oil slick in the seas between Vietnam and Malaysia is seen from the air Sunday March 9, 2014. This is one of the two oil slicks Vietnamese air force spotted Saturday which authority suspected could be from the Malaysian airliner which disappeared Saturday on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.
An aerial view of an oil spill is seen from a Vietnamese Air Force aircraft in the search area for a missing Malaysia Airlines plane, 250 km from Vietnam and 190 km from Malaysia, in this handout photo from Thanh Nien Newpaper taken on March 8, 2014.
[Reuters] CIA probing allegations it improperly monitored Senate committee: reports
The CIA’s internal watchdog has begun a probe of whether members of the agency secretly monitored a Senate Intelligence Committee investigation of Bush-era detention and interrogation policies, according to media reports on Wednesday.