An Australian scientific body says it believes it has identified the area in which Malaysia Airlines MH370 crashed into the southern Indian Ocean “with unprecedented precision and certainty.” The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) said it believed that the likely resting place of the Boeing 777-200ER, which disappeared in March 2014 with the loss of all 239 passengers and crew, was to the northeast of the 120,000 sq km area exhaustively searched ...

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