A member of Philippine Air Force Search and Rescue team aboard a C130 military plane searches for the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 on western Philippine sea March 11, 2014. Picture taken March 11, 2014. REUTERS/Handout/Armed Forces of the Philippines
BEIJING: Conflicting information about the course of a missing Malaysia Airlines plane with 239 people on board was "pretty chaotic", China's Foreign Ministry spokesman said Wednesday.
Asked about reports that flight MH370 may have reversed course, Qin Gang told reporters: "We noticed that the Malaysian side later denied this piece of information.
"So right now there is a lot of information, and it's pretty chaotic, so up to this point we too have had difficulty confirming whether it is accurate or not."
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