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Chinese, Australian Aircraft Spot Multiple Objects in South Indian Ocean

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Chinese and Australian aircraft have spotted new objects in the South Indian Ocean, the Australian Maritime Safety Authority has announced.

The objects have not yet been linked to the missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, but authorities are growing increasingly hopeful. “At the moment, there are new leads but nothing conclusive,” said Malaysia’s Acting Transportation Minister Hishammuddin Hussein, at a news briefing.

Two of the objects — one grey or green and circular in shape, the other orange and rectangular — were spotted by a Royal Australian Air Force P3 Orion in the search area about 2500 kilometres south-west of Perth. HMAS Success, an Australian naval vessel, is heading to the location of the objects, and it should be able to retrieve them in “the coming hours,” the AMSA said. Read more…

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