Maldives

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Typenation state
Member ofUN
Small country of Islands in the Indian Ocean. Main source of income for most is tourism.

The Republic of the Maldives is small archipelagic state in South Asia situated in the Indian Ocean. It lies southwest of Sri Lanka and India, about 430 miles from the Asian continent's mainland.

Law

WorldABCNews reported in 2020 that a female "tourist was arrested in the Maldives for wearing a bikini on a beach for “indecent exposure”, but the incident is now under investigation."[1]

 

Related Quotation

PageQuoteAuthorDate
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370“This report makes no attempt or claim to prove that the large low flying jet plane seen over Kudahuvadhoo that fateful early morning was MH 370. It merely sets the record straight that the jet plane that overflew Kudahuvadhoo has not yet been identified. The Maldives government first claimed there was "no plane", then the plane was a "private jet", then fifteen months later a "domestic propeller plane flight", then back to "no plane", then finally to say it cannot be discussed due to "national security".”Blaine Gibson2016

 

Event Witnessed

EventLocation(s)Description
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370South China Sea
Indian Ocean
A commercial airliner which went missing. Reported to be seen flying towards black site, Diego Garcia. The president of Malaysia became visibly concerned that Boeing and the CIA were covering up something.

 

Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Maldives RevisitedReport12 August 2016Blaine GibsonPrivate investigator Blaine Gibson went with a team of private citizens to the islands of the Maldives, to find the citizens that claimed they saw a plane similar to MH370 in a very narrow time span the night of the disappearance. After also finding debris - in fact, even out-performing a $200 million joint-search by the authorities, one of Gibsons associates was assassinated, he was threatened to be next in line and subsequently went in hiding.


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