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KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) - Vietnamese air force planes have spotted two large oil slicks that authorities suspect are from a Malaysian jetliner that went missing early Saturday. A Vietnamese government statement says the slicks were spotted off the southern tip of Vietnam. The slicks were each between 10 kilometers (6 miles) and 15 kilometers (9 miles) long.
NEW YORK (AP) - The Boeing 777 flown by Malaysia Airlines that disappeared Saturday morning over the South China Sea is one of the world's most popular - and safest - jets. The long-range jumbo jet has helped connect cities at the far ends of the globe, with flights as long as 16 hours. But more impressive is its safety record: The first fatal crash in its 19-year history only came last July when an Asiana Airlines jet landed short of the runway in San Francisco. Three of the 307 people aboard died.
Looking back at the stories to remember from the past week: 1. UKRAINE CRISIS DEEPENS: Ukraine lurched toward a possible breakup as Russia tightened its grip on Crimea and Western powers groped for solutions to the crisis. Lawmakers in Crimea unanimously declared they want to join Russia and planned to put the decision to voters on March 16, a move condemned by President Barack Obama. The West answered with the first real sanctions against Russia.
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