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Lowered expectations as Malaysia Airlines search drags on

 The search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 resumed on Wednesday, even as senior Australian officials warned that bad weather and a lack of reliable information were seriously impeding efforts to locate the plane’s wreckage. Up to 10 planes and nine ships from a half dozen countries are scouring a stretch of the Indian Ocean

Plane search spans Asia, but investigation shows little progress

 An international land and sea search for a missing Malaysian jetliner is covering an area the size of Australia, authorities said on Tuesday, but police and intelligence agencies have yet to establish a clear motive to explain its disappearance. Investigators are convinced that someone with deep knowledge of the Boeing 777-200ER and commercial navigation diverted

Vietnam Fails to Find Missing Airliners Debris After China Satellite Images

 Vietnam failed to find debris in an area where Chinese satellite images showed three floating objects, while a report said a missing Malaysian airliner may have been airborne for several hours after it vanished. A Vietnamese plane sent this morning to search the area where the Chinese satellite spotted floating objects didn’t find anything, said

Malaysia Probes Radar Blip Detected Away From Jet’s Route

Malaysia is investigating an unexplained radar blip detected far off the course of Flight 370 as Vietnam checked another lead closer to the missing plane’s route that proved to be a dead end. The location and timing of the object described today by Malaysia’s air force chief are potentially significant. Radar picked up the unknown