DHAKA Nike Air Max 90 Essential Scontate , March 17 (Xinhua) -- Three bodies recovered in the Bay of Bengal on Monday morning were not from the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, said a Bangladesh Coast Guard official.
Kamrul Islam told Xinhua that the bodies were found near Subarnachar, an island off Hatia sub-district in Noakhali district in southeastern Bangladesh.
"We've already recovered the bodies from the Bay of Bengal," he said. "The bodies which bore bullet injuries were of Bangladesh nationals."
"We confirm they are not from missing Malaysian plane. Looking at the faces and clothes we're over sure that they are all local Bangladeshi people."
He said they have begun a massive search in the Bay of Bengal after local media reported that there were many unidentified bodies floating along the Meghna River at the mouth of the Bay of Bengal.
Another Coast Guard official said the recovered bodies may be some ill-fated fishermen as the sea area is notorious for kidnapping for ransom by armed pirates.
Officials said they would continue to search waters with hope to get the evidence of the missing plane.
Bangladesh has already joined the international efforts to search for the missing Malaysian plane, which vanished on March 8 en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur with 239 people on board.
According to officials, two frigates and two aircraft have been be deployed to search for the missing plane.
The disappearance of the Boeing 777-200ER remains a "mystery" as there is still no trace of the aircraft.
Singapore added to its growing portfolio of sporting events by confirming Tuesday they will stage a leg of the rugby sevens World Series next year at its National Stadium.
The wealthy Southeast Asian city-state joins Canada's Vancouver as the new stops for the burgeoning 10-leg series that, this year, acts as a qualifier for rugby's Olympic return at the Rio de Janeiro Games next year.
The awarding by governing body World Rugby is a boost for Singapore after they missed out to Japan last year in the race to become the 18th franchise in the Southern -Hemisphere Super Rugby tournament.
""We truly believe that our event at the iconic National Stadium has the potential to match the excitement surrounding current tournaments in the series,"" Singapore Rugby Union President Low Teo Ping said after 23 other locations were edged out for the four-year contract.
Singapore's inclusion is likely to spell the end for the Tokyo -Sevens, which was held last weekend but lacking the pizzazz associated with the long established Hong Kong leg which celebrated its 40th edition the week before.
Singapore last hosted a leg of the series in 2006 but has been pursuing top sports bodies for events since opening their $1 billion 55,000-seat Sports Hub, which has a retractable roof, last year.
The Brazil soccer team played a friendly match against Japan last year, while the WTA Finals, the -season-ending tournament for the top eight women in tennis, has begun a five-year agreement to compete in Singapore.
Japan have agreed to stage some of their Super Rugby matches in -Singapore next year, while the Formula One night race is the country's global sporting beacon.
""I am sure Singapore, with its -major event experience and -passion, and superb new stadium, will -become a fan and team favorite on the record-breaking World Rugby -Sevens -Series,"" World Rugby CEO Brett -Gosper said in a statement.
MANILA, Sept. 25 (Xinhua) -- More government troops will be deployed to Marawi City, adding to about 5,000 soldiers already involved in the prolonged fight to liberate the city from the Daesh-inspired Maute Group, a Philippine military official in charge of local operations said on Monday.
"We have more forces coming in. We have identified some gaps. We are making sure that those gaps, especially in the (Lanao) lake will be patched up," Western Mindanao Command chief Lt. Gen. Carlito Galvez told a press briefing in Marawi City.
Galvez refused to disclose the number of personnel who will be sent to fight the Maute Group and when they will be arriving at the city.
The armed conflict, which broke out on May 23, has resulted in the death of 695 Maute members, 151 soldiers and policemen and 47 civilians, with all the residents fleeing the city.
On Sunday, Philippine military officials were able to cross two bridges that were recently retaken by government troops from the terror group for the first time since conflict erupted, leaving only a size of about 10 hectares with about 300 structures to be cleared.
Galvez said soldiers are well-distributed in the city, in keeping with the directive of higher headquarters to ensure that the Maute members will not slip out of the battle zone.
"The instruction to us is to ensure that there is no way in and no way out. That is what we are doing. The distribution of our forces is really very good. There is a small risk they (the Maute Group remnants) will get out," said Galvez.
He said the armed conflict would not take another month, estimating there are about 60 to 80 Maute members still in the main battle area with about 45 to 50 hostages.
Four newly-rescued hostages were also presented at the press briefing to the media in Marawi City. The military said they could not reveal how the hostages were rescued as it might compromise the ongoing rescue operations for the others.
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