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Malaysian jet's disappearance raises questions about foul play

New details have emerged on the Malaysia Airlines jetliner with 239 people on board that went missing on Saturday. Officials now suspect two passengers aboard were possibly traveling under stolen passports, raising questions of foul play. Luigi Maraldi, an Italian national whose name appears on the missing plane's passenger manifest is alive and well, on vacation in Thailand. He says his passport was stolen in 2013. (SOUNDBITE) (ENGLISH) ITALIAN NATIONAL WHOSE NAME APPEARS ON MISSING MALAYSIA AIRLINES FLIGHT MANIFEST BUT WAS NOT ON FLIGHT, LUIGI MARALDI, SAYING: "I know because I call my family and I see inside my phone, Facebook and Whatsapp, my friend from Italy send me SMS and want to know if I am still good or not...I answer quickly and writing about I stay in Thailand and everything ok and I ask: why do you ask me that? And after he say: look, internet have a notice about one Italian man die - but I say: oh! impossible! I stay in Thailand! and after t

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