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Satellites Again Spot Debris in Search Area for Flight 370


The search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, now in its third week, continued Sunday following a possible debris sighting by Chinese and French satellites.
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Source: Newsy - on March 29, 2014

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Officials say debris has been found in a new search zone off the coast of Australia. That could possibly be from the missing Malaysia Airlines plane.

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