mh370 search

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“It is highly likely that the latest piece of debris being analyzed is from missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370."
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The debris does not match those of a Boeing 777 and the part numbers found on the debris were not listed on the Malaysia Airlines parts catalogue manual.
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A wing part believed to belong to the missing plane was found on the island last week.
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Two vessels, one Chinese and one from Dutch engineering company Fugro, are currently mapping the sea floor along the arc
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The search area has already been extended to a 60,000 sq km (23,000 sq mile) zone that is being surveyed by a Chinese vessel
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After the drone's searches were frustrated by an automatic safety mechanism which returns it to the surface when it exceeds
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"What happened at that time is being investigated and I can't say any more than that because it involves the military and
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"Working near the bottom of the ocean is very challenging because this is uncharted territory; nobody has been down there
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Despite the new signals, Houston insisted that search teams should exhaust the capability of planes and vessels before deploying
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Aircraft and ships have also renewed the search in the Andaman Sea between India and Thailand, going over areas that have
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STILL LOOKING FOR MOTIVE "A needle in a haystack remains a good analogy," John Young, general manager of the emergency response