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medium.com — By TED ANTHONY There is a famous ballad that reaches back more than a century in the United States and, through its ancestors across the ocean in the British Isles, much further than that. In its American incarnations, it has carried many names - "The Dying Cowboy," " The Streets of Laredo," "Cowboy's Lament."

Malaysia Airlines MH370 1 year later: 'it's all complicated'

businessinsider.com — BANGKOK (AP) - The towering Danish ship Kobenhavn set sail from Argentina one December day, bound for Australia with five dozen souls aboard. Eight days later, as it traversed the South Atlantic, it radioed a nearby ship. All seemed well. That was Dec. 22, 1928. The vessel was never heard from again.

Of a plane still missing, and a planet still vast

stripes.com — Today, the world is a year into the mystifying disappearance of the enormous jetliner that was Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 without any sort of resolution. Searches of vast swaths of the Indian Ocean continue, pegged to a cocktail of science and optimism that we hope will provide some answers for those families left behind - and for the rest of us.

The missing Malaysia airlines flight is one of history's greatest mysteries

businessinsider.com — The towering Danish ship Kobenhavn set sail from Argentina one December day, bound for Australia with five dozen souls aboard. Eight days later, as it traversed the South Atlantic, it radioed a nearby ship. All seemed well. That was Dec. 22, 1928. The vessel was never heard from again.

AP Essay: Of a plane still missing, and a planet still vast - Roanoke Times: Wire Headlines

roanoke.com — "Never in the history of shipping has a missing vessel been searched for more thoroughly," Associated Press correspondent Alex Gerfalk wrote then. "Science has exhausted its resources in an attempt to find a plausible explanation for the complete disappearance of the largest sailing vessel in the world." And so it goes.

AP Essay: Of a plane still missing, and a planet still vast - Tulsa World: Ap

tulsaworld.com — BANGKOK (AP) - The towering Danish ship Kobenhavn set sail from Argentina one December day, bound for Australia with five dozen souls aboard. Eight days later, as it traversed the South Atlantic, it radioed a nearby ship. All seemed well.

AP Essay: Of a plane still missing, and a planet still vast

timesunion.com — Searches of vast swaths of the Indian Ocean continue, pegged to a cocktail of science and optimism that we hope will provide some answers for those families left behind - and for the rest of us.

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hosted2.ap.org — A A A AP Essay: Of a plane still missing, and a planet still vast By TED ANTHONY , Associated Press Buy AP Photo Reprints (AP) - The towering Danish ship Kobenhavn set sail from Argentina one December day, bound for Australia with five dozen souls aboard.

AP Essay: Of a plane still missing, and a planet still vast

daytondailynews.com — By TED ANTHONY The Associated Press BANGKOK - The towering Danish ship Kobenhavn set sail from Argentina one December day, bound for Australia with five dozen souls aboard. Eight days later, as it traversed the South Atlantic, it radioed a nearby ship. All seemed well. That was Dec. 22, 1928.

AP Essay: Of a plane still missing, and a planet still vast

wtop.com — BANGKOK (AP) - The towering Danish ship Kobenhavn set sail from Argentina one December day, bound for Australia with five dozen souls aboard. Eight days later, as it traversed the South Atlantic, it radioed a nearby ship. All seemed well. That was Dec. 22, 1928. The vessel was never heard from again.
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