Interpol has released images of two men who were using stolen passports when they boarded Malaysia Airlines flight 370 on Saturday. Both men were identified as Iranian and one was seeking asylum in Germany, according to the international police organization.
So far, Interpol investigators say they have not found a terrorist link to the plane’s disappearance.
The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 has spawned the largest-ever multinational air-sea search — involving ships, airplanes from at least 14 countries and requests for radar information from as many as 26.
The nature of the search, in which such an enormous stretch of the globe is being scoured, is also equally unprecedented, officials say.
Update at 10:20 a.m. ET: After Flight MH370 Disappeared, It Kept Telling Satellites 'I'm Awake':
Communications satellites continued to receive signals from the missing Malaysia Airlines plane for at least 5 1/2 hours after it disappeared over the Gulf of Thailand, a source familiar with the investigation tells NPR's Frank Langfitt.
Frank, reporting from Shanghai, writes that:
"Flight MH370's last known communication came after 1 o'clock last Saturday morning, local time, according to Malaysian officials.