New week, new show.
I'm Carl Azuz.
Glad to see you as we get started on CNN STUDENT NEWS this March 10.
A tragic mystery in South East Asia.
Malaysia Airlines flight 370 took off early Saturday morning.
It was headed from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to Beijing, China.
239 people, passengers and crew were on board.
But less than an hour into the flight, it disappeared.
No communication from the pilots, no distress calls.
Last night, the search was still on for answers.
Rescue teams were scouring the waters of the South China Sea where the plane might have been when it disappeared.
There was something unusual about the flight.
Some of the people on it, weren't who they said they were.
Interpol, an international police organization says at least two of the passports used to board the flight were stolen in the past two years.
Investigators will be looking into that.
But the priority is finding the plane.
So officials can locate the flight data recorder and begin piecing together clues and building an explanation of what exactly happened.
Time for the Shoutout.
Alfred, Lord Tennyson's poem "The Charge of the Light Brigade" concerns what war?
If you think you know it, shout it out!
Is the Hundred Years' War, the Boer War, the Crimean War or American Revolution?
You've got three seconds, go!
The poem was written about a battle in the Crimean War, which took place during the 1850.
That's your answer and that's your shoutout.
Unlike the Crimean War itself, what we are seeing today in the region is more of a standoff?
Although Russian President Vladimir Putin denies sending troops in the Ukraine,
there has been a buildup of pro-Russian forces in Crimea where many Crimeans favor Russia.
Putin says Crimea's local government is following international law by preparing the hold of vote on whether the region should stay part of Ukraine or become part of Russia.
But Ukraine's news government and the U.S., which supports it say the vote will break the law by going against the Ukraine's constitution.
Everyone seems to agree that easing tensions in the area would be a good thing.
Meantime, Farid Zakaria contrasts the present situation with pictures of the past.