More than three weeks have passed since Malaysia Airlines Flight MH 370 vanished en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, China. In spite of a massive international search for the plane, now believed to have likely crashed in to the Indian Ocean, there has been no tangible clue of the plane's whereabouts.
Earlier this week the search area for the plane was shifted 700 miles north of the previous area after new information from satellites revealed the plane was likely flying at a faster speed than previously thought.
Here's a rundown of what we know about the search for the vanished jetliner.
Crews Comb through New Search Area
The Passengers and Their Families
The Associated Press contributed to this article.