15 March 2014, 11:20
2.3 million people search for plane online
KUALA LUMPUR. KAZINFORM - Thirteen countries, 57 ships and 48 aircraft are currently looking for Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, which has been missing since last Friday.
But since a few hours after the plane and its 239 passengers disappeared, the search has been joined by some 2.3 million ordinary internet users, who are using the Tomnod website to scan more than 24,000 sq km of satellite imagery to help locate the missing aircraft, The Guardian informs.
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Webcam sex with fake girl Sweetie leads to sentence
CANBERRA. KAZINFORM - A man in Australia is believed to be the first to have been convicted as the result of an undercover sting in which charity workers posed online as a 10-year-old Filipina, Kazinform has learnt from BBC.