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N.S.A. Breached Chinese Servers Seen as Security Threat By DAVID E. SANGER and NICOLE PERLROTHMARCH 22, 2014 WASHINGTON — American officials have long considered Huawei, the Chinese telecommunications giant, a security threat, blocking it from business deals in the United States for fear that the company would create “back doors” in its equipment that could allow the Chinese military or Beijing-backed hackers to steal corporate and government secrets. But even as the United States made a public case about the dangers of buying from Huawei, classified documents show that the National Security Agency was creating its own back doors — directly into Huawei’s networks. The agency pried its way into the servers in Huawei’s sealed headquarters in Shenzhen, China’s industrial heart, according to N.S.A. documents provided by the former contractor Edward J. Snowden. It obtained information about the workings of the giant routers and complex digital switches that Huawei boasts connect a third of the world’s population, and monitored communications of the company’s top executives. One of the goals of the operation, code-named “Shotgiant,” was to find any links between Huawei and the People’s Liberation

Army, one 2010 document made clear. But the plans went further: to exploit Huawei’s technology so that when the company sold equipment to other countries — including both allies and nations that avoid buying American products — the N.S.A. could roam through their computer and telephone networks to conduct surveillance and, if ordered by the president, offensive cyberoperations. Photo Ren Zhengfei, founder of Huawei, is seen as a Chinese version of Steve Jobs. Credit Dmitry Lovetsky/Associated Press “Many of our targets communicate over Huawei-produced products,” the N.S.A. document said. “We want to make sure that we know how to exploit these products,” it added, to “gain access to networks of interest” around the world. The documents were disclosed by The New York Times and Der Spiegel, and are also part of a book by Der Spiegel, “The N.S.A. Complex.” The documents, as well as interviews with intelligence officials, offer new insights into the United States’ escalating digital cold war with Beijing. While President Obama and China’s president, Xi Jinping, have begun talks about limiting the cyber conflict, it appears to be intensifying. The N.S.A., for example, is tracking more than 20 Chinese hacking groups — more than half of them Chinese Army and Navy units — as they break into the networks of the United States government, companies including

Google, and drone and nuclearweapon part makers, according to a half-dozen current and former American officials. If anything, they said, the pace has increased since the revelation last year that some of the most aggressive Chinese hacking originated at a People’s Liberation Army facility, Unit 61398, in Shanghai. The Obama administration distinguishes between the hacking and corporate theft that the Chinese conduct against American companies to buttress their own state-run businesses, and the intelligence operations that the United States conducts against Chinese and other targets. American officials have repeatedly said that the N.S.A. breaks into foreign networks only for legitimate national security purposes. A White House spokeswoman, Caitlin M. Hayden, said: “We do not give intelligence we collect to U.S. companies to enhance their international competitiveness or increase their bottom line. Many countries cannot say the same.” But that does not mean the American government does not conduct its own form of corporate espionage with a different set of goals. Those concerning Huawei were described in the 2010 document. Continue reading the main story “If we can determine the company’s plans and intentions,” an analyst wrote, “we hope that this will lead us back to the plans and intentions of the PRC,” referring


to the People’s Republic of China. The N.S.A. saw an additional opportunity: As Huawei invested in new technology and laid undersea cables to connect its $40 billion-ayear networking empire, the agency was interested in tunneling into key Chinese customers, including “high priority targets — Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Kenya, Cuba.” Continue reading the main story DOCUMENT Slides Describe Mission Involving Huawei Powerpoint slides from 2010 lay out the National Security Agency’s goals in an effort to break into networks of Huawei, the telecommunications giant. OPEN DOCUMENT The documents offer no answer to a central question: Is Huawei an independent company, as its leaders contend, or a front for the People’s Liberation Army, as American officials suggest but have never publicly proved? Two years after Shotgiant became a major program, the House Intelligence Committee delivered an unclassified report on Huawei and another Chinese company, ZTE, that cited no evidence confirming the suspicions about Chinese government ties. Still, the October 2012 report concluded that the companies must be blocked from “acquisitions, takeover or mergers” in the United States, and “cannot be trusted to be free of foreign state influence.” Huawei, which has all but given up its hopes of entering the American market, complains that it is the

victim of protectionism, swathed in trumped-up national security concerns. Company officials insist that it has no connection to the People’s Liberation Army. William Plummer, a senior Huawei executive in the United States, said the company had no idea it was an N.S.A. target, adding that in his personal opinion, “The irony is that exactly what they are doing to us is what they have always charged that the Chinese are doing through us.” “If such espionage has been truly conducted,” Mr. Plummer added, “then it is known that the company is independent and has no unusual ties to any government, and that knowledge should be relayed publicly to put an end to an era of misand disinformation.” Blocked at Every Turn Washington’s concerns about Huawei date back nearly a decade, since the RAND Corporation, the research organization, evaluated the potential threat of China for the American military. RAND concluded that “private Chinese companies such as Huawei” were part of a new “digital triangle” of companies, institutes and government agencies that worked together secretly. Huawei is a global giant: it manufactures equipment that makes up the backbone of the Internet, lays submarine cables from Asia to Africa and has become the world’s third largest smartphone maker after Samsung and Apple. The man behind its strategy is Ren Zhengfei, the company’s elusive founder, who was a P.L.A. engineer

in the 1970s. To the Chinese, he is something akin to Steve Jobs — an entrepreneur who started a digital empire with little more than $3,000 in the mid-1980s, and took on both state-owned companies and foreign competitors. But to American officials, he is a link to the People’s Liberation Army. Continue reading the main story Acting to Block a Chinese Telecom Giant Over the past seven years, the United States government has taken steps to block the Chinese telecommunications and internet giant Huawei from gaining a foothold here, fearing that the company could act on behalf of the Chinese military to gain access to government and corporate secrets. The company was founded in 1987 and by the mid-90s had begun making inroads into the U.S. telecom equipment market. U.S. RELATIONS WITH HUAWEI 2003–4 Cisco sues Huawei for stealing source code; the suit is settled with neither side revealing terms. 2005 The Air Force hires the RAND corporation to examine threats from Chinese networking firms; it concludes there is a “digital triangle” of Chinese military, state research groups, and companies like Huawei. 2007 The National Security Administration begins its “Shotgiant” effort to pierce Huawei’s networks and exploit its systems. 2008 The U.S. blocks Huawei from buying 3Com on national security grounds.


2010 The U.S. persuades Australia to kill a plan to let Huawei build a national broadband network. 2011 In an open letter to the U.S., Huawei denies that it is a front for the Chinese government, and invites investigation. 2012 The House Intelligence Committee produces a long report urging the U.S. to “block acquisitions, takeovers or mergers” with Huawei, and to exclude its equipment from U.S. systems. 2013 The U.S. approves purchase of Sprint Nextel by Softbank Corporation, but under conditions that probably exclude Huawei equipment. Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., on a trip to Seoul, urges South Korea to kill a contract for Huawei to build an advanced telecom network for Seoul. Continue reading the main story RECENT COMMENTS Sean Alexander 5 minutes ago At this point is there anything Snowden says that won't be believed? BeForReal 5 minutes ago Back door? The Clintons gave the Chinese the key to the front door. RightStuff 5 minutes ago I have no problem with the NSA spying on the Chinese. You're kidding yourself if you think China will stop spying and stealing from our... SEE ALL COMMENTS WRITE A COMMENT They have blocked his company at every turn: pressing Sprint to kill a $3 billion deal to buy Huawei’s

fourth generation, or 4G, network technology; scuttling a planned purchase of 3Com for fear that Huawei would alter computer code sold to the United States military; and pushing allies, like Australia, to back off from major projects. As long ago as 2007, the N.S.A. began a covert program against Huawei, the documents show. By 2010, the agency’s Tailored Access Operations unit — which breaks into hard-to-access networks — found a way into Huawei’s headquarters. The agency collected Mr. Ren’s communications, one document noted, though analysts feared they might be missing many of them. Continue reading the main story The well-equipped pet Sectional sofas: Legos you can sit on Yankees who speak Cantonese Continue reading the main story Advertisement N.S.A. analysts made clear that they were looking for more than just “signals intelligence” about the company and its connections to Chinese leaders; they wanted to learn how to pierce its systems so that when adversaries and allies bought Huawei equipment, the United States would be plugged into those networks. (The Times withheld technical details of the operation at the request of the Obama administration, which cited national security concerns.) The N.S.A.’s operations against China do not stop at Huawei.

Last year, the agency cracked two of China’s biggest cellphone networks, allowing it to track strategically important Chinese military units, according to an April 2013 document leaked by Mr. Snowden. Other major targets, the document said, are the locations where the Chinese leadership works. The country’s leaders, like everyone else, are constantly upgrading to better, faster Wi-Fi — and the N.S.A. is constantly finding new ways in. Hack Attacks Accelerate Chinese state attacks have only accelerated in recent years, according to the current and former intelligence officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity about classified information. A dozen P.L.A. military units — aside from Unit 61398 — do their hacking from eavesdropping posts around China, and though their targets were initially government agencies and foreign ministries around the world, they have since expanded into the private sector. For example, officials point to the First Bureau of the army’s Third Department, which the N.S.A. began tracking in 2004 after it hacked into the Pentagon’s networks. The unit’s targets have grown to include telecom and technology companies that specialize in networking and encryption equipment — including some Huawei competitors. For some of its most audacious attacks, China relies on hackers at state-funded universities and privately owned Chinese technology companies, apparently as much for


their skills as for the plausible deniability it offers the state if it gets caught. The N.S.A. is tracking more than half a dozen such groups suspected of operating at the behest of the Chinese Ministry of State Security, China’s civilian spy agency, the officials said. Their targets, they noted, closely align with China’s stated economic and strategic directives. As China strove to develop drones and next-generation ballistic and submarine-launched missiles in recent years, the N.S.A. and its partners watched as one group of privately employed engineers based in Guangzhou in southern China pilfered the blueprints to missile, satellite, space, and nuclear propulsion technology from businesses in the United States, Canada, Europe, Russia and Africa.


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Kenya: 3 Killed After Gunmen Fire in Church By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NAIROBI, Kenya — Kenyan officials say three people died after gunmen opened fire in a church outside the coastal city of Mombasa. The Interior Ministry said Sunday that three gunmen opened fire inside the Joyland Church in a Mombasa suburb called Likoni, killing two people. At least 10 were wounded. A nurse at a nearby hospital said a third person died while being treated. The Interior Ministry said police were 100 meters (yards) away during the shooting and "responded swiftly" but that the gunmen escaped. Kenya has suffered dozens of small attacks, many on churches, over the last several years. Muslim-Christian tensions on Kenya's coast are high.

Ahmad Tejan Kabbah, Who Guided Sierra Leone to Peace, Dies at 82 By AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSEMARCH 14, 2014 Ahmad Tejan Kabbah, who as president of Sierra Leone was widely credited with returning peace to his West African nation after years of brutal civil war, died on Thursday at his home in Freetown, the country’s capital. He was 82. His death was announced by John Benjamin, a friend and a former chairman of the Sierra Leone People’s Party. Mr. Kabbah led Sierra Leone both during and after an 11-year civil war in which some 120,000 people were killed, many gruesomely. He was praised for instituting a disarmament program that led to the official end of the war in 2002, with the help of a United Nations peacekeeping force and British military trainers. But after the war, he was criticized for failing to lift his country out of poverty. Born to a Muslim family in eastern Sierra Leone on Feb. 16, 1932, Mr. Kabbah received a Christian educa-

tion and joined the civil service in 1959. After the Sierra Leone People’s Party, to which he belonged, was defeated in elections in 1968, he lost his job, and his property was confiscated. He moved to Britain, where he studied law and became a jurist. He joined the United Nations Development Program in 1970, and for the next 22 years worked in the United States and several African countries. In 1992, a year after the rebel Revolutionary United Front began a bloody insurrection, Mr. Kabbah quit the United Nations and was named president of a national council set up by a military junta to pave the way for a return to multiparty politics and draw up a new constitution. Mr. Kabbah was elected president of Sierra Leone in March 1996, and that November he signed an accord with the rebel leader Foday Sankoh. But in May 1997 he was overthrown in a coup and fled to Guinea. Sierra Leone’s new junta allied itself with the Revolutionary United Front.

In February 1998, after fierce fighting, the troops of a West African regional force led by Nigeria chased the junta out of Freetown, paving the way for Mr. Kabbah’s return. But in January 1999, rebels attacked Freetown once again. That July, Mr. Kabbah and Mr. Sankoh signed a peace accord and agreed to share power. Around the same time, United Nations peacekeepers were dispatched to Sierra Leone. But in May 2000, the Revolutionary United Front reneged on its pledges by taking some 500 peacekeepers hostage. When the situation worsened, Britain sent armed forces to end the crisis. Mr. Sankoh was imprisoned, and Mr. Kabbah began a disarmament program that led to the official end of the war in January 2002. He stepped down in 2007.


A Routine Flight, Till Both Routine and Flight Vanish By PHILIP P. PAN and KIRK SEMPLEMARCH 22, 2014 The night sky was clear above the clouds, and the last glimmer of a setting half-moon had faded when Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, cruising at 35,000 feet over the Gulf of Thailand, approached the border between Malaysian and Vietnamese airspace on its usual route to Beijing. What happened next should have been routine for a twicedaily milk run between two of Asia’s most important cities. Air traffic controllers outside Kuala Lumpur usually hand the jet off to their counterparts in Ho Chi Minh City as the flight turns northeast toward the Chinese capital.

An Australian search team flew over a boat looking for debris in the Indian Ocean on Saturday.Jet’s Disappearance Puzzles a World Under Constant Electronic WatchMARCH 22, 2014 A Vietnamese military helicopter on Monday flew over the Gulf of Thailand. Planes and copters from nine nations are scouring the waters near a Malaysia Airlines flight’s last reported location.Q. and A. on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370MARCH 11, 2014 News Analysis: The Pilots in the BasementMARCH 22, 2014 video Video: Updates on Search for Flight 370MARCH 21, 2014 Distraught family members of passengers on the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 wait for new information in Beijing.As Malaysia Goes Its Own But in those early hours Way Over Missing Jet, of March 8, pilots flying China Finds Limits to nearby heard an unusual PowerMARCH 21, 2014 crescendo of chatter on Vietnamese and Malaythe radio frequencies used sian controllers asked by radar control in Vietone aircraft after another nam and Malaysia. Air to radio the jet. Pilots traffic personnel in both listened as one plane after countries were trying and another tried and heard failing to reach the plane. only static. “Any stations in contact with Malaysian 370, please relay.” Satellites Again Spot Debris in Search Area for Flight 370MARCH 23, 2014

Flying on Malaysia Airlines recently from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, along the path that Flight 370 should have taken on March 8. Credit Rahman Roslan for The New York Times

“Malaysian 370, this is Malaysian 88.” “Malaysian 370, this is Malaysian 52.” People familiar with the calls, describing them for the first time, said they were calm, even laconic. The pilots trying to reach the airliner had no reason to believe it had suffered anything more than an ordinary radio malfunction. But those initial attempts to find a plane in the skies would soon evolve into an urgent multinational search operation spanning land and sea in two hemispheres. They signaled the start of what has become perhaps the most perplexing case in modern aviation — one that investigators say may take years to solve, or could remain a mystery forever. More than two weeks after Flight 370 disappeared, unbridled speculation surrounds the unfolding global drama. So much is uncertain about what happened on the plane, and so much of what has been disclosed by Malaysian authorities has been contradicted, that hardly any theory of its fate can be easily dismissed. On Saturday, the authorities said a Chinese satellite had made a new sighting of a possible object floating in the

southern Indian Ocean in the area that is now the focus of the search, and China was sending ships to investigate. Based on dozens of interviews with people whose lives were touched by the plane as well as with outside experts and investigators from the two dozen countries searching for answers, this report presents a portrait of Flight 370 and the search to find it using what is known to date. But by necessity, it is an incomplete picture. A Routine Night Malaysia Airlines flies from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing twice daily, nonstop. The red-eye, departing at 12:35 a.m. and landing at 6:30 a.m., can carry a hodgepodge of travelers: vacationing Malaysian families, European businessmen pursuing deals, Chinese tourists returning home after visiting relatives or shopping. Passengers are advised to arrive at least two hours in advance. On March 7, a delegation of 34 Chinese


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artists, relatives and organizers who had spent the past several days participating in an art exhibit in Kuala Lumpur played it safe with the city’s unpredictable Friday night traffic and arrived about 8 p.m. Continue reading the main story Perhaps the most prominent of the artists was the flight’s oldest passenger, Liu Rusheng, 77, a calligrapher who had published an essay about how much he treasured life because he had “cheated death” six times, beginning when, as a baby, he was abandoned temporarily by his parents as they fled Japanese soldiers invading China. Mr. Liu had “the energy of a young man,” recalled Daniel Liau, the delegation’s host, who accompanied the travelers to the airport and helped them check their luggage. They stood chatting under the modernist scalloped ceilings of the main terminal for about 90 minutes. Later, after the group had passed through security and taken the monorail to the satellite terminal, Mr. Liau called them one

“How are the artists?” he recalled asking one of the organizers, Hou Bo, who replied they had already reached the gate. “Everybody is O.K.,” Mr. Hou assured him. Boarding began about midnight. The airline would have allowed the elderly — including Mr. Liu and his wife, Bao Yuanhua, 73 — and the families traveling with the two infants booked on the flight to get settled first. Next came the passengers holding passes for the 35 seats in business class. Continue reading the main story GRAPHIC The Search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Maps and diagrams showing how investigators are piecing together the path of the missing plane. OPEN GRAPHIC Philip Wood, 50, an IBM executive from Texas and a regular on the flight because he was relocating from Beijing to Kuala Lumpur, was in coach, but hoped to be upgraded. He had long legs and a platinum frequent-flier card, said his partner, Sarah Bajc, 48, a teacher.

Ms. Bajc said she exchanged a dozen text messages with him before the flight about the movers, scheduled to arrive at their home in Beijing the next morning. “We discussed the state of packing, what still needed to be done,” she said. His last message came just before he left for the airport. Others on the flight were just passing through Kuala Lumpur, including Shi Xianwen, 26, a new father returning to China from a business trip to Australia. At the airport in Perth, he spent 40 minutes picking out a bracelet watch for his wife, whose birthday was approaching, an employee at the duty-free shop said. And two passengers boarded using stolen passports: Pouria Nourmohammadi Mehrdad, 19, and Seyed Mohammed Reza Delavar, 29, Iranian men described by Interpol as migrants being smuggled into Europe. Mohammad Mallaeibasir, 18, an information technology student in Kuala Lumpur, said the pair stayed in his apartment the night before they left. Mr. Mehrdad, a

friend from high school in Tehran, told him he was starting a new life in Hamburg, Germany, where his mother was waiting. “He was quite nervous,” Mr. Mallaeibasir recalled. “I could see it on his face.” The next night, he drove them to the airport and offered to help them check in, but they insisted on entering separately, Mr. Delavar first. The two high school buddies waited in the car for five to 10 minutes, smoking cigarettes, before Mr. Mehrdad got out to leave. Mr. Mallaeibasir gave him a hug, told him to have a safe flight and watched as his friend carried a large backpack and a laptop computer bag into the terminal. That was the last he saw of him. The Airplane The plane the passengers boarded was a Boeing 777, one of the world’s most popular and advanced passenger jets, and Boeing’s first fly-by-wire commercial aircraft, in which electronic controls replaced manual ones. Pilots send commands that are conveyed to the wings and other components, and a computer helps keep the


plane steady. The “Triple Seven,” as it often called, has all but replaced the 747 because it is cheaper to operate and can fly up to 16 hours without stopping to refuel. It also has one of the industry’s best safety records, with only two serious accidents in the 19 years it has been in service. Malaysia Airlines, the nation’s state-run carrier, began using the Boeing 777 in 1997 and eventually had 15 in its fleet. One of them, the 404th model to roll off Boeing’s assembly line in Everett, Wash., was delivered to the airline in May 2002 and registered with tail number 9MMRO. This was the plane used for Flight 370 that has disappeared. Malaysia Airlines has said the jet has been involved in only one previous safety incident. On Aug. 9, 2012, the tip of one of its wings broke off after it clipped the tail of a China Eastern Airlines Airbus A340 while taxiing at Shanghai Pudong International Airport. No one was hurt. Boeing said it sent a team of engineers and mechanics to remove and replace the damaged wing sections, and returned the plane to service after testing. Boeing recommends a

light maintenance inspection of the 777 after about 500 hours of flight time. Known as an “A check,” the inspection usually is conducted in a hangar by a team of about 15 engineers working about 10 hours, often overnight. Malaysia Airlines said the jet’s last A check took place on Feb. 23, and uncovered no problems. Continue reading the main story Tracking Flight 370 The sequence of events known by the authorities, in local times. Mar. 8, 2014 12:41 a.m. A Boeing 777-200 operated by Malaysia Airlines leaves Kuala Lumpur bound for Beijing with 227 passengers, of which two-thirds are Chinese, and a Malaysian crew of 12.

plane from the roughly 1,170 other Boeing 777s in use. That is why it is so crucial to determine if the plane’s disappearance was due to any malfunction or defect related to its design, build or engineering. “The industry does not like uncertainty,” said Mark Rosenker, a former chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board. “We will find out what happened.” Boarding As they stepped onto the plane, the 227 passengers of Flight 370 were greeted by the flight attendants, four women in sarong kebayas and six men in gray three-piece suits. Some distributed hand towels, juice and newspapers in business class; others helped those in economy find their seats.

By the time it pulled up to the gate at Kuala Lumpur International Airport on March 8, the plane had completed more than 7,500 flights and clocked over 53,400 hours in the air, according to Flightglobal, a news and data service for the aviation sector. That put it well within the average economic life of 23 years for a wide-body passenger jet.

Outside, ground crews loaded the passenger luggage into the jet’s cargo hold, which can carry up to six pallets and 14 shipping containers. The airline said no hazardous or valuable goods were on the flight. But among the cargo were a “significant” number of lithium batteries — which can be flammable — more than is typically sent in a shipment, one American official said.

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drew Nari, would have welcomed the passengers via the loudspeaker and reminded them to turn off their cellphones. Before shutting off his own, he sent a message to his mother. “It was just a normal SMS telling me that his plane would fly off soon,” she later told The Star, a local newspaper. In the cockpit were the pilots: the captain, Zaharie Ahmad Shah, 53, who joined the airline in 1981 and had 18,365 hours of flying experience, and his first officer, Fariq Abdul Hamid, 27, who was transitioning to the Boeing 777 from the airline’s narrow-body fleet. After nudging away from the gate, the plane taxied to runway 32R. The cabin lights would have dimmed before one of the pilots asked the crew to be seated for takeoff. With two Rolls-Royce Trent engines, each capable of generating 92,000 pounds of thrust, the jet raced down the 2.5-mile-long runway and lifted off at 41 minutes after midnight. As the plane banked and climbed, some passengers might have spotted the glow of Kuala Lumpur and perhaps the Petronas Towers in the distance. Continue reading the main story At 1:07 a.m., as the jet approached the east coast


A Routine Flight, Till Both Routine and Flight Vanish By PHILIP P. PAN and KIRK SEMPLEMARCH 22, 2014 The night sky was clear above the clouds, and the last glimmer of a setting half-moon had faded when Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, cruising at 35,000 feet over the Gulf of Thailand, approached the border between Malaysian and Vietnamese airspace on its usual route to Beijing. What happened next should have been routine for a twice-daily milk run between two of Asia’s most important cities. Air traffic controllers outside Kuala Lumpur usually hand the jet off to their counterparts in Ho Chi Minh City as the flight turns northeast toward the Chinese capital.

Satellites Again Spot Debris in Search Area for Flight 370MARCH 23, 2014 An Australian search team flew over a boat looking for debris in the Indian Ocean on Saturday.Jet’s Disappearance Puzzles a World Under Constant Electronic WatchMARCH 22, 2014 A Vietnamese military helicopter on Monday flew over the Gulf of Thailand. Planes and copters from nine nations are scouring the waters near a Malaysia Airlines flight’s last reported location.Q. and A. on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370MARCH 11, 2014 News Analysis: The Pilots in the BasementMARCH 22, 2014 video Video: Updates on Search for Flight 370MARCH 21, 2014 Distraught family members of passengers on the But in those early hours missing Malaysia Airlines of March 8, pilots flying Flight 370 wait for new nearby heard an unusual information in Beijing.As crescendo of chatter on Malaysia Goes Its Own the radio frequencies used Way Over Missing Jet, by radar control in VietChina Finds Limits to nam and Malaysia. Air PowerMARCH 21, 2014 traffic personnel in both Vietnamese and Malaycountries were trying and sian controllers asked failing to reach the plane. one aircraft after another to radio the jet. Pilots “Any stations in contact listened as one plane after with Malaysian 370, another tried and heard please relay.” only static. Continue reading the main story RELATED COVERAGE

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Lumpur to Beijing, along the path that Flight 370 should have taken on March 8. Credit Rahman Roslan for The New York Times “Malaysian 370, this is Malaysian 88.” “Malaysian 370, this is Malaysian 52.” People familiar with the calls, describing them for the first time, said they were calm, even laconic. The pilots trying to reach the airliner had no reason to believe it had suffered anything more than an ordinary radio malfunction. But those initial attempts to find a plane in the skies would soon evolve into an urgent multinational search operation spanning land and sea in two hemispheres. They signaled the start of what has become perhaps the most perplexing case in modern aviation — one that investigators say may take years to solve, or could remain a mystery forever. More than two weeks after Flight 370 disappeared, unbridled speculation surrounds the unfolding global drama. So much is uncertain about what happened on the plane, and so much of what has been disclosed by Malaysian authorities has been contradicted, that hardly any theory

of its fate can be easily dismissed. On Saturday, the authorities said a Chinese satellite had made a new sighting of a possible object floating in the southern Indian Ocean in the area that is now the focus of the search, and China was sending ships to investigate. Based on dozens of interviews with people whose lives were touched by the plane as well as with outside experts and investigators from the two dozen countries searching for answers, this report presents a portrait of Flight 370 and the search to find it using what is known to date. But by necessity, it is an incomplete picture. A Routine Night Malaysia Airlines flies from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing twice daily, nonstop. The red-eye, departing at 12:35 a.m. and landing at 6:30 a.m., can carry a hodgepodge of travelers: vacationing Malaysian families, European businessmen pursuing deals, Chinese tourists returning home after visiting relatives or shopping. Passengers are advised to arrive at least two hours in advance. On March 7, a delegation of 34 Chinese artists, relatives and organizers who had spent the past several days partici-


pating in an art exhibit in Kuala Lumpur played it safe with the city’s unpredictable Friday night traffic and arrived about 8 p.m. Continue reading the main story Perhaps the most prominent of the artists was the flight’s oldest passenger, Liu Rusheng, 77, a calligrapher who had published an essay about how much he treasured life because he had “cheated death” six times, beginning when, as a baby, he was abandoned temporarily by his parents as they fled Japanese soldiers invading China. Mr. Liu had “the energy of a young man,” recalled Daniel Liau, the delegation’s host, who accompanied the travelers to the airport and helped them check their luggage. They stood chatting under the modernist scalloped ceilings of the main terminal for about 90 minutes. Later, after the group had passed through security and taken the monorail to the satellite terminal, Mr. Liau called them one last time. “How are the artists?” he recalled asking one of the organizers, Hou Bo, who replied they had already reached the gate. “Everybody is O.K.,” Mr. Hou assured him. Boarding began about midnight. The airline would have allowed the elderly — including Mr. Liu and his wife, Bao Yuanhua, 73 — and the families traveling with the two infants

booked on the flight to get settled first. Next came the passengers holding passes for the 35 seats in business class. Continue reading the main story GRAPHIC The Search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Maps and diagrams showing how investigators are piecing together the path of the missing plane. OPEN GRAPHIC Philip Wood, 50, an IBM executive from Texas and a regular on the flight because he was relocating from Beijing to Kuala Lumpur, was in coach, but hoped to be upgraded. He had long legs and a platinum frequent-flier card, said his partner, Sarah Bajc, 48, a teacher. Ms. Bajc said she exchanged a dozen text messages with him before the flight about the movers, scheduled to arrive at their home in Beijing the next morning. “We discussed the state of packing, what still needed to be done,” she said. His last message came just before he left for the airport. Others on the flight were just passing through Kuala Lumpur, including Shi Xianwen, 26, a new father returning to China from a business trip to Australia. At the airport in Perth, he spent 40 minutes picking out a bracelet watch for his wife, whose birthday was approaching, an employee at the duty-free shop said. And two passengers

boarded using stolen passports: Pouria Nourmohammadi Mehrdad, 19, and Seyed Mohammed Reza Delavar, 29, Iranian men described by Interpol as migrants being smuggled into Europe. Mohammad Mallaeibasir, 18, an information technology student in Kuala Lumpur, said the pair stayed in his apartment the night before they left. Mr. Mehrdad, a friend from high school in Tehran, told him he was starting a new life in Hamburg, Germany, where his mother was waiting. “He was quite nervous,” Mr. Mallaeibasir recalled. “I could see it on his face.” The next night, he drove them to the airport and offered to help them check in, but they insisted on entering separately, Mr. Delavar first. The two high school buddies waited in the car for five to 10 minutes, smoking cigarettes, before Mr. Mehrdad got out to leave.

send commands that are conveyed to the wings and other components, and a computer helps keep the plane steady. The “Triple Seven,” as it often called, has all but replaced the 747 because it is cheaper to operate and can fly up to 16 hours without stopping to refuel. It also has one of the industry’s best safety records, with only two serious accidents in the 19 years it has been in service. Continue reading the main story Malaysia Airlines, the nation’s state-run carrier, began using the Boeing 777 in 1997 and eventually had 15 in its fleet. One of them, the 404th model to roll off

Boeing’s assembly line in Everett, Wash., was delivered to the airline in May 2002 and registered with tail number 9M-MRO. This was the plane used for Flight 370 that has disappeared.

Malaysia Airlines has said the jet has been involved in only one previous safety incident. On Aug. 9, 2012, the tip of one of its wings broke off after it clipped the tail of a China Eastern Airlines The Airplane Airbus A340 while taxiing at Shanghai Pudong The plane the passengers International Airport. No boarded was a Boeing 777, one was hurt. Boeing said one of the world’s most popular and advanced pas- it sent a team of engineers and mechanics to senger jets, and Boeing’s first fly-by-wire comremove and replace the mercial aircraft, in which damaged wing sections, electronic controls reand returned the plane to placed manual ones. Pilots service after testing. Mr. Mallaeibasir gave him a hug, told him to have a safe flight and watched as his friend carried a large backpack and a laptop computer bag into the terminal. That was the last he saw of him.


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Marilyn Monroe Marilyn Monroe (born Norma Jeane Mortenson; June 1, 1926 – August 5, 1962) was an American actress, model, and singer, who became a major sex symbol, starring in a number of commercially successful motion pictures during the 1950s and early 1960s. After spending much of her childhood in foster homes, Monroe began a career as a model, which led to a film contract in 1946 with Twentieth Century-Fox. Her early film appearances were minor, but her performances in The Asphalt Jungle and All About Eve (both 1950), drew attention. By 1952 she had her first leading role in Don't Bother to Knock[6] and 1953 brought a lead in Niagara, a melodramatic film noir that dwelt on her seductiveness. Her "dumb blonde" persona was used to comic effect in subsequent films such as Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953), How to Marry a Millionaire (1953) and The Seven Year Itch (1955). Limited by typecasting, Monroe studied at the Actors Studio to broaden her range. Her dramatic performance in Bus Stop (1956) was hailed by critics and garnered a Golden Globe nomination. Her production company, Marilyn Monroe Productions, released The Prince and the Showgirl (1957), for which she received a BAFTA Award nomination and won a David di Donatello award. She received a Golden Globe Award for her performance in Some Like It Hot (1959). Monroe's last completed film was The Misfits (1961), co-starring Clark Gable, with a screenplay written by her then-husband, Arthur Miller. The final years of Monroe's life were marked by illness, personal problems, and a reputation for unreliability and being difficult to work with. The circumstances of her death, from an overdose of barbiturates, have been the subject of conjecture. Though officially classified as a "probable suicide", the possibilities of an accidental overdose or a homicide have not been ruled out. In 1999, Monroe was ranked as the sixth-greatest female star of all time by the American Film Institute. In the decades following her death, she has often been cited as both a pop and a cultural icon as well as the quintessential American sex symbol In 2009, TV Guide Network named her No. 1 in Film's Sexiest Women of All Time. BY Lucky ShakesSpear


Dorothy Jean Dandridge (November 9, 1922 – September 8, 1965) was an American actress and singer. Dandridge was the first black actress to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress. She performed as a vocalist in venues such as the Cotton Club and the Apollo Theater. After many bit parts and a few minor roles, Dandridge landed her first notable film role in Tarzan's Peril (starring Lex Barker) in 1951. She won her first starring role in 1953, playing a teacher in Bright Road, a low-budget film with a nearly all-black cast, released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. In 1954 she was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress and a BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role for Carmen Jones. In 1959 she was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy for Porgy and Bess. In 1999 she was the subject of the HBO biopic Introducing Dorothy Dandridge, starring Halle Berry as Dandridge. She has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Dandridge was married and divorced twice: first to dancer and entertainer Harold Nicholas (the father of her daughter, Harolyn Suzanne), then to Jack Denison. She died at age 42.

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Dandridge was one of the few Hollywood stars who testified at the 1957 criminal libel trial of Hollywood Research, Inc., the company that published all of the era's tabloid magazines. She and actress Maureen O'Hara, the only other star who testified, were photographed shaking hands outside the downtown-Los Angeles courtroom where the well-publicized trial was held. Testimony from O'Hara, as well as from a disgruntled former magazine editor, revealed that the magazines published false information provided by hotel maids, clerks, and movie-theater ushers who were paid for their tips. The stories with questionable veracity most often centered around alleged incidents of casual sex. When the jury and press visited Grauman's Chinese Theatre to determine whether O'Hara could have performed various sexual acts while seated in the balcony, as reported by a magazine published by Hollywood Research, Inc., this was discovered to have been impossible. Dandridge's testimony further strengthened the prosecution's case. Alleged by one tabloid to have fornicated with a white bandleader in the woods of Lake Tahoe in 1950, she testified that racial segregation had confined her to her hotel during her nightclub engagement in the Nevada resort city. When she was not in the hotel lounge rehearsing or performing her singing, according to her testimony, she was required to stay inside her room where she slept alone. This proved beyond any doubt that Hollywood Research had committed libel at least once. The judge ordered Hollywood Research to stop publishing questionable stories based on tips for which they paid, and this curtailed invasive tabloid journalism until 1971 when Generoso Pope, Jr. moved The National Enquirer, which he owned, from New York to Lantana, Florida. By Tonya Johnson


Process of the Loop By Monique Cross, Nathaniel Townsend This one goes out to everyone who dares enough to dream and is willing to risk enough to procreate the action of our daydream ecstasies. The goal chasers trail blazers, entrepreneurs, writers, and artists of any craft. The people who run towards the unknown and fear the statement “I should of, could of ”. The process of the loop stems from the syndrome of a proverbial block of ideas, so far as to call it a drought from connecting thoughts the need for inspiration at an all time high but the dilemma lies in the lack there of. The faucet tap no longer runs water it brings a dry spell, such a feeling that is more frustrating than coming home from a long day of work savoring for food from the morning after to realize that your roommate ate the savory gold before your breathe could whisper the words of “mmmmm” At this point, time becomes your worst enemy. This little detail stands at attention every morning you head to that nine to five you so dread. The reason for pursuing goals and aspirations is to reach your happiness or the cliché statement the American dream. As people of principle we ask for change in life like lotto tickets at the bodega but does change ever come? Now we all know the reasons why we want to be… the question that has to be asked is how to be? To bring it back, montages of any form of schooling and the need of passing grades and stress filled tests. At this time the criteria of material is given to us which allows the knowledge that we study to be applied to the test at hand. With new ventures the knowledge has at times not been written in neat MLA format or have a face of someone similar to us to relate to no mentors of our class, creed, pigment or even particular books or set school classes. Thankfully this age of current technology allows anyone with a laptop, Internet, mobile phone and wholesale quantities of ambition to set a path to success. With websites like kick starter and entrepreneur blogs the road untraveled has less potholes than it did a few decades ago. With the process of getting this far we inevitably come back to the point “ dude where’s my inspiration” here are a few steps that will help the creative juices flow back into order with out losing productivity and maintaining self respect. Do other things you are good at, when the heat is started in one place of creativity it will most likely bring it to the other parts. Get more sleep! Allow your body to rest and thoughts to unblock, creative aphrodisiac. Read classics see how masters of words help to inspire different perspective ingestion. Pretend you have a different occupation fall into their shoes, elevator operator, hotdog vendor, and pastry chef. That's all for now - start working!!!


GHETTO PSALMS: The Spirit In Me My name is not William although I do shake a spear.To abolish falsehood each and every year. I write my plays, but they are not meant to amuse; my words are meant to inspire change, but not to confuse. In each age I come to those who want to recieve, those who were stripped of their blessings, shackled, beaten, and thrown to their knees. I am the pen of liberation, the voice of the past, here to end delusion, and kick a bone out of deceptions ass. I am a pillar in the community, a map for you to see, the soul of the defenseless, those hung from poverty's tree. In all lands I have come to those who cry out for me, I am their voice of salvation, here to set my people free!!! By Saadiq Busby GHETTO PSLAMS: SOUL SURVIVOR I once was a sleep, but now again I am here. To show the way to mortals, to crush there silly fears. To act as a light, so they won't be lost, to redeem their minds; and reprogram their course. For blind are humans from time to time, they need to be reminded of their greattness, the glorious days of their prime. But still they want to argue about color and use race as a crutch, but the almighty has spoken, and said enough is enough. See there is only one air to cool and one air to breathe; and we all have access to it, so how special can we really be? Children listen not

to devils when they try to decieve, stand on their neck, and continue to achieve. Cuz , I've been sent once again as a soul of truth. To free them from historical bondage and remove their painful noose. That's why I speak to the chosen, those who have ears to hear, to remind the world that change is coming, and victory is near!!! By Saadiq Busby

GHETTO PSALMS: We The People As the people, I toss and I turn but you better learn, that my gat stay strapped and I'm ready to burn. No games about fame, the people are bigger than that, and Fuck your lies, the people are ready to attack. You serve malnutritioned wet dreams, so you can keep that shit. Because my hollow tips of emancipation are not known to miss.

From Bayside to my side, the people stand errect, so stop your nonsense, and tell that bullshit to someone else. No wool over the people's eyes, they cry for the cause, so keep on popping shit, and Mr. In-JustUS, you gone get yours. By Saadiq


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Duck Down Duck Down Music Inc is a New York City based record label, talent management, music-marketing, and consulting company founded by Drew "Dru-Ha" Friedman and Kenyatta "Buckshot" Blake in 1995. In Duck Down's 16 year existence, the Company has released over 40 Albums and sold more than 3 million collective copies world wide. [1] Home to established rap groups Black Moon, Smif-N-Wessun, Sean Price, Pharoahe Monch, Black Rob, 9th Wonder & Buckshot, KRS-One & Buckshot, B-Real of Cypress Hill (solo), Heltah Skeltah, Boot Camp Clik, as well as relative newcomers: The Away Team (group), Statik Selektah, Skyzoo, Random Axe(Sean Price, Black Milk, Guilty Simpson), Promise, David Dallas, Marco Polo, Ruste Juxx, Torae, Blue Scholars, and Kidz in the Hall.

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Duck Down (whose name derived from Boogie Down Productions' 1992 hit single of the same name) was originally established as a management company in 1994 to manage the careers of Buckshot's group Black Moon and Smif-N-Wessun. In 1995, co-owners Drew "Dru Ha" Friedman and Kenyatta "Buckshot" Blake launched Duck Down Music. After successful debut releases from Black Moon (Enta da Stage) and Smif-N-Wessun (Dah Shinin'), Duck Down entered into a label production deal with Priority Records, at the time the leading U.S. independent record label, which was home to N.W.A. and Master P's No Limit Records. Within the first year of the deal, Dru Ha & Buckshot introduced its two newest acts simultaneously: Heltah Skeltah and O.G.C. merging the two groups, forming a quintet, which they dubbed the Fab Five. At Priority, Duck Down eventually brought over the rest of its core roster which consisted of the Boot Camp Clik, members: Black Moon, Smif-N-Wessun, Heltah Skeltah, and O.G.C.. They released nine albums with Priority Records between 1995-2000. In 2002, Duck Down entered a new physical distribution partnership with Navarre Corporation for their CD and DVD products in the U.S. and Canada. Duck Down retained its Digital Distribution rights and has its own direct deal with iTunes. Duck Down produces, manufactures and markets its products independently. In 2005, Duck Down released Monkey Barz (Sean Price's solo debut), Chemistry (a collaborative album between Buckshot & producer 9th Wonder) and Smif 'n' Wessun: Reloaded. Collectively, the three albums cover Artwork was created by clothing designer Marc Ecko and marketed under the campaign: "Triple Threat". In 2007 Duck Down switched distribution to Koch Records (now E1 Music) and began expanding its roster as they released albums from Special Teamz's 2007 Stereotypez, Kidz in the Hall's 2008 The In Crowd and 2010 Land of Make Believe, as well as Cypress Hill's front man B-Real's 2009 solo LP Smoke N Mirrors and KRS-One & Buckshot's 2009 Survival Skills - represented a few examples of albums showing the labels growing diversity. In 2011, in addition to releasing Pharoahe Monch's W.A.R. (We Are Renegades) album, Duck Down Music formed 3D, a musicmarketing and consulting firm with its own distribution network that's experienced in navigating the indie landscape. Executing a strategy where 3D provides General Management for Artist-owned indie sub-labels such as Talib Kweli's Javotti Media (Gutter Rainbows) and Blue Scholars. This allowed artists to tap into 3D's expertise, relationships, and networks, while retaining control of their projects and ownerships of their masters. Expanded services from 3D are a Music Supervision Department that places clients songs in film, TV, and video games and creation and sales of Artist Merchandising.

2012, saw the releases of Sean Price album, Skyzoo’s A Dream Deferred collaborative album and releases fro De La Soul’s Plug 1 & Plug 2. 2012 a Down Visuals, a production divisio various artists and the lifestyle of th duced visual shorts. This included s profiles on up and coming acts; Fre special series like Verse Unheard. In 2013, Duck Down Music was ret for Talib Kweli’s latest album, Prison EMI Label Services. Overseeing alb budget, co-op approvals, internation keting. Duck Down Music’s 3D Div sult for Cinematic Music Group ass management services with their dis Music Licensing

As of 2011, Duck Down has placed compositions on several notable TV lege Basketball programming, ESPN Knocks & Entourage, MTV's Jersey CSI, The History Channel's Ganglan placements include (Activision's Ca 2, Tony Hawk: Ride, Madden NFL 0 Games' Midnight Club: Los Angele (Limitless), and national brand cam Notable Marketing Campaigns[edit

Duck Down's artists have previousl brands for their lifestyle and grassro such as Scion, Rockstar Games, Coc Max,[17] VTech, Reebok,and more In 2010 and 2011, Duck Down part ent a unique opportunity for aspirin involved an open call for submissio compositions for a chance to receiv game soundtrack (NBA 2K11 and N perform at Duck Down's CMJ Show For NBA 2K12, the winners were th Alex Kresovich for his instrumenta the rap group D.J.I.G. (Glassboro, N Time" recorded over Alex's instrum mental "The Return" was also used mercial for NBA 2K12 which aired


e’s highly anticipated Mic Tyson d,’ 9th Wonder & Buckshot’s 3rd om acts Murs & Fashawn and also saw the launch of Duck on dedicated to documenting heir music through self proseveral viral Sean Price skits, eddie Gibbs, Ab-Soul etc., and

tained as project management ner of Conscious, distributed by bum deliverables, allocation of nal distribution & overall marvision was also retained to consisting with Joey Bada$$ project stributor RED Distribution.

their artists' songs and original V Shows (ESPN's Mens ColN's SportsCenter,HBO's Hard y Shore, VH1's Basketball Wives, nd, and more), Video Game all of Duty: Modern Warfare 09, NBA 2K11,[13] Rockstar es and more), Movie placement mpaigns (Smirnoff, Belvédère). t]

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Born in the island of Barbados, Leanah Cane was raised in the hot sun of tropical paradise. At age 10 he relocated to Bronx, New York where he was introduced to Hip Hop. Listening to many genres of music helped in his versatile influence of artistic development. Leanah Cane started to experiment with being a DJ which motivated him to become an artist. He started to use this new found passion for word play performing at various nightclubs and colleges. This gave him exposure in the music scene during the early 90's and dabbed a bit in creating movie and television soundtracks for "South Central" and "Law & Order". He went solo under Glassnote Records with "Clockin' my Riches" and collaborated with numerous artists taking his music on an international spectrum. You can hear his tranquil, fluidic tone in whatever theme he freestyles or collaborates in. There are numerous, personified styles he flows in yet what remains consistent is his thirst and passion that takes you to the world he invites you to. His words conjures your mood to either ponder his testimonial lifestyle or get you in a smooth and sensual atmosphere; wherever you want to go Leanah Cane can take you there. Taking it to another level, he launched into producing after other artist felt his fire in the beats he makes. Leanah Cane took his new love affair of creative energy to a unique plateau that will keep you hooked. Come and experience the flow...


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