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半小时后(1:30)马来西亚首相将宣布重大节点消息!

2013-04-20
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唉,这么晚。

最新消息:发布会再推迟】北京交通广播:原定于今天下午1点召开的马来西亚总理参加的新闻发布会,现在通知改在1点半召开,目前要求所有媒体重新登记,安检, 再进入发布会所在的酒店。
 

maomao999

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2007-09-09
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大家能够判断飞机在哪里吗?应该在一个岛上
 

巴黎右岸

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2014-03-15
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在哪都行,只要还在就行。
 

eor06

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2006-07-04
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我认为就在马来西亚那里。
 

徽州女人

江南烟雨
2012-03-12
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最希望这个被马政府否认。
飞机若能安全降落,应该在一片空旷的陆地,这种地方又不是原始森林,这么多天的搜寻居然会没结果?我也不睡了,在线等。:wdb26:
 
楼主
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有个不好的预感。

劫持是肯定的。也许目标是想飞安达曼。但是劫持者没开导航设备,还要规避雷达,几个小时的飞行,能否达到劫持者预期的地点,也很难说。
 

随遇而馣

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2013-03-04
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刚看到新闻,马政府官方又说“不确定失联客机遭劫持”。
 
楼主
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中国驻马大使已到发布会现场。马总理还没到。
 

巴黎右岸

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2014-03-15
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飞机若能安全降落,应该在一片空旷的陆地,这种地方又不是原始森林,这么多天的搜寻居然会没结果?我也不睡了,在线等。:wdb26:
也是在等,不安。。。
 
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飞机若能安全降落,应该在一片空旷的陆地,这种地方又不是原始森林,这么多天的搜寻居然会没结果?我也不睡了,在线等。:wdb26:
安达曼群岛的话,大部分地区倒是和原始森林差不多的,基本无人烟。
 
2012-05-27
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同鞋们,再也不能轻易相信大马虎国了!
 
楼主
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中国政府的表现也不够好。折返问题应作为首要疑问来协调处理分析,其实这又不难,以至于导致大量无效的搜救工作。同时,情报系统运行效率也令人失望,消息来源都比不过CNN,路透。
 

Vanite

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安达曼群岛的话,大部分地区倒是和原始森林差不多的,基本无人烟。
安达曼群岛北端有一个属于缅甸的GREAT COCO ISLAND,上面有飞机跑道(据说跑道还很长),据说还是中国方面建造的(大型军事基地)。

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Chinese Whispers: The Great Coco Island Mystery


Each time the reports were cited in books and reputable journals they gained credibility, and soon the existence of a large Chinese base o­n Great Coco Island was widely accepted as an established fact.

Throughout this entire period, Burma consistently denied that it had permitted China to establish any bases o­n its soil. The SLORC conceded that China was helping Burma to upgrade its civil and military infrastructure, but repeatedly stated that there was no Chinese facility o­n Great Coco Island. Beijing too issued formal denials, characterizing the story as a collection of unsubstantiated rumors. The Burmese government’s reputation was so poor, however, that its denials were not believed. China’s statements o­n the subject were also dismissed.

So persistent were Indian claims of Chinese bases in Burma, however, that they threatened to harm the relationship between Rangoon and New Delhi that began to gather pace in the late 1990s. In 1999, Burma’s then powerful intelligence chief, Lt-Gen Khin Nyunt, invited the Indian defense attache in Rangoon to visit any place in the country where the attache believed Chinese forces were stationed, to verify the military regime’s statements.

This invitation does not seem to have been taken up, but in a later attempt to settle India’s concerns, the regime (known since 1997 as the State Peace and Development Council, or SPDC) apparently permitted India to conduct a surveillance flight over Great Coco Island, to see for itself that there was no Chinese SIGINT base there. It is difficult to imagine such a flight being permitted if the SPDC had anything important to hide.

Finally, in August 2005, India’s chief of naval staff told reporters that he believed the Burmese when they said there was no Chinese presence in the Coco Islands. Two months later he stated categorically that India had “firm information that there is no listening post, radar or surveillance station belonging to the Chinese o­n Coco Islands.”

It is conceivable that a small intelligence collection station o­nce existed o­n Great Coco Island, but was then dismantled.
 
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坐等马来西亚否认劫持
 
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主持人宣布首相发言后,发布会不接受提问。台下记者大声抗议:Why?!

妈的。忍不住要爆粗口