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March 11, 2014 AT 12:26 PM
Terrorism cannot be ruled out as a factor in the disappearance of a Malaysian Airlines plane, the director of the Central Intelligence Agency said in an exclusive interview with NBC News’ Andrea Mitchell on Tuesday. CIA Director John Brennan said "We have to pursue all leads here. We have to find out if this airplane came down as a result of terrorist actions." Brennan said reports that two individuals used stolen passports to get on the plane did not mean that the men had “terrorist intentions.” The search for the missing Boeing 777 has yet to produce any answers to what happened to the plane carrying 239 passengers and crew that went missing Saturday.