Malaysia on Sunday launched a terror probe into the disappearance of a passenger jet carrying 239 people and the United States sent the FBI to investigate, as anguished relatives begged for news of their loved ones. Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 vanished from radar early Saturday somewhere at sea between Malaysia's east coast and southern Vietnam. Concern over a possible security breach grew as Malaysia's government said it was investigating four people who were on the Boeing 777 plane. At least two passengers boarded using stolen European passports, officials and reports have said.
07:31 GMT - UN message - A message posted on Twitter by the office of the UN spokesperson, says "(UN Secretary General) Ban Ki-moon deeply saddened by death of so many people in #MalaysiaAirlines crash. Malaysia Airlines has told them it is ready to fly them to near wherever the wreckage may be found, while Malaysian authorities have also offered to help those without valid passports to get passports so they can fly out. An amphibious helicopter transfered from Vietnam's deep sea port Cam Ranh for the search and rescue mission, has just landed, while soldiers can be seen moving equipment. "What on earth is happening to China in 2014?