Reuters blog archive
from Photographers' Blog:
More than a week has gone by since the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 went missing. It has been a mad few days on the ground reacting to the twists and turns of the story.
Since the news first broke, there have been reports of an oil slick off the coast of Vietnam, identities of the passengers have been questioned, technical analysis of flight communications have been discussed, and a whole spectrum of conspiracy theories and unverified photos have been circulated on the internet.
I attend the daily press conferences with the same keenness that many of our viewers and readers feel as they anxiously follow the story. We are all hoping that the authorities will give us more clues - just tell me what exactly is going on here!
But at the same time that all this has been happening, flights to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur continue to operate. They still follow the same flight path and the same type of aircraft is still being used, with the same departure time at the same airport. The only difference is that it is no longer called the MH370, out of respect for the passengers and crew members on the missing aircraft. It is now called the MH318.
from The Human Impact:
Prakash Kabra recites his elder brother’s mobile number and I carefully tap it into my phone – already knowing the response, but still with a naïve sense of hope.
"The number you are calling is either switched off or unreachable at the moment. Please try again later," says the automated reply.
from Full Focus:
Following the case of a 5-year-old girl in Delhi who went missing and was then allegedly raped, photographer Mansi Thapliyal chose to find out what happens to girls who go missing and their parent's struggles. Read Mansi's personal account here.