KUALA LUMPUR, March 16 (Xinhua) -- Police have visited pilot and co-pilot homes, Malaysian Transport and Defense Minister Hishammuddin Hussein said here on Sunday, adding both of them did not ask to fly together.
The Malaysian officials denied there was a breach of standard operating procedure, insisting it is a unprecedented case.
According to the minister's statement, the Malaysian government was also asking the United States, China and France to share more satellite images along with many other countries.
Search has become more complex with 25 countries involved. Bangladesh, Turkmenistan and India have been spoken to by the Malaysian prime minister, said the acting transport minister of Malaysia.
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