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Malaysian authorities believe that the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 may have turned and flown hundreds of kilometres off its course to the west after it last made contact with civilian air traffic control off Malaysia's east coast, according to a report in China Daily. News reports of two passengers on the missing MH370 flight allegedly travelling on passports that were stolen in Phuket seem to have exposed Thailand as a regional hub of nefarious goings on. Yet, nobody is surprised, The Nation reports. South Korea's Busan Metropolitan Police Agency has arrested a man believed to be involved in the trade of personal information of more than 12 million people, according to a police statement on Tuesday, The Korea Herald writes. Japan marked the third anniversary of the Great East Japan earthquake yesterday, which has left 15,884 people dead and 2,633 missing to date, The Yomiuri Shimbun says. Vietnam has widen its search for the missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner to cover its southern parts as wells as the mountainous and forest areas, Viet Nam News reports.
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