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'Suspicious Objects' Spotted in Search for Malaysian Plane

Officials are following a lead received by Chinese satellites.
03/24/2014

Transcript for 'Suspicious Objects' Spotted in Search for Malaysian Plane

Now to the breaking news in the search for missing flight 370. A boat racing to the site where a Chinese plane spotted suspicious objects in the southern Indian ocean overnight. David Kerley is here... See More
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