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New Clues In Search For Missing Plane?

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Australian authorities are investigating two objects seen on satellite images in the southern Indian Ocean that could be connected to Malaysia Airlines flight 370.

As night fell, the search was called off until daylight. The search area is very remote. It’s 1,500 miles from Perth, but in Malaysia, families of the people on the plane are watching closely.

The BBC’s Jennifer Pak joins Here & Now’s Sacha Pfeiffer from Malaysia to discuss the latest developments.

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