Flight MH370 disappeared with 239 people on board on its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in March 2014.
When Obama welcomes Southeast Asian leaders for a shirt-sleeves summit in California, he'll have some interesting dining companions.
Airline safety has improved to the point where there are few fatal accidents, but flight security remains a concern.
Israelis will not attend important meet and the Malaysian foreign minster says lack of diplomatic ties with Israel might be the reason.
Najib Razak denies claims he met Israeli prime minister on purpose, labeling such claims as 'slander'.
But the question of why the aircraft vanished, along with 239 passengers on board, remains unclear.
Confirmation makes it more likely that remains come from Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 that disappeared in March 2014.
French authorities are studying the debris, which sources say comes from the same model plane, to determine a connection to Flight MH370.
Israel received update on the investigation as one of the victims of the 2014 crash was Israeli; Malaysia seeks UN resolution to hold accountable those responsible.
'If the aircraft is not found within the 60,000 square km, we have collectively decided to extend the search to another 60,000 square km within the highest probability area,' Transport Minister said.