Malaysia Airlines plane, with 239 people on board, has been missing for five days but no one knows where the plane disappeared. The fact that two men onboard were using stolen passport gave rise to the suspicion of terror angle. Now, Interpol has identified those two men as Iranians. According to Interpol, both the men were “probably not terrorists” and missing of the plane is not a terrorist attack.
One of the men travelling on a stolen passport is believed to have been looking for a “better life” in Europe. Interpol Secretary General Ronald Noble also suggested that two men who boarded using stolen passports and had aroused suspicion may have been smuggled by traffickers.