The new search area for the missing Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200ER that vanished in March has been announced and Australian officials have said the aircraft was “highly likely” to have been on autopilot before it crashed in the southern Indian Ocean. A 64-page report on the search for flight MH370 was published Thursday by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau. Australia has been coordinating search efforts since satellite information indicated the aircraft, which vanished ...

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