Searches through the weekend involving nine aircraft and eight ships failed to find any wreckage from the missing Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200. The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA), which is coordinating the search effort for MH370, said some 252,000 square kilometers of the southern Indian Ocean, where the aircraft is believed to be, were searched. The multi-national task force included eight ships plus a merchant ship that was passing through the area. It was the largest ...

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