The unmanned submarine hunting for wreckage of the missing Malaysian jet MH370 will make a second attempt on Tuesday after aborting its first search mission as it encountered water deeper than its operating limits while scanning the floor of the southern Indian Ocean.
After the four transmissions received by the investigators in the Indian Ocean, the next best lead in the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 could be the discovery of oil slick detected in the search area.
As US President Barack Obama
prepared to visit Louisiana to see the devastation from the
Gulf of Mexico oil spill, Governor Bobby Jindal has warned that the sprawling slick threatens the way of
life of people in his state.
Aircraft sprayed chemicals to break up a large oil slick off Australia`s northwestern coast on Sunday as environmentalists expressed fears for rare wildlife from oil gushing into the sea from an uncapped well.