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New clues in missing Malaysia Airlines mystery

NEED TO KNOW
  • Large pieces of debris reportedly found overnight
  • No word yet on if it's from missing plane
  • Two men with stolen passports identified
This reproduction of Malaysian police handout photographs displayed to the media on March 11, 2014 by a Malaysian police official at a press conference near Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Sepang shows 19-year-old Iranian Pouria Nour Mohammad Mehrdad (L) and an unidentified man (R) at the airport, who both boarded missing Malaysia Airlines MH370 flight using stolen European passports.

The search continues today for a plane full of people that just disappeared Saturday.         .

Officials have identified the two men who apparently boarded the Malaysia Airlines flight with stolen passports. Officials say both men are from Iran and they bought the tickets together.

Also overnight, these photos were released by Royal Malaysia Police and allegedly show the two men with the stolen passports. Officials say the man on the left is a 19-year-old Iranian who may have been trying to emigrate to Germany, where his mom is.

Also overnight, two pilots say they saw debris in the water near Malaysia, but we don't know if that belongs to flight 370

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