Search for Missing Malaysia Flight MH370 Continues

Authorities are focusing on the Indian Ocean off Australia's coast, but have turned up nothing.
3:00 | 03/21/14

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Two weeks now since flight 370 disappeared. Right now, the Australian Navy and six planes in on the hunt. Three warships from China and a top secret U.S. Submarine hunter. 26 countries involved in an unprecedented effort, scrambling for clues of any kind. The massive search is targeted and intensifying. This week satellite images showed what looks like debris out in the open motion, but so far they have not been able to confirm those spot the were connected to the flight. Making matters worse, where the search is focused. It's about the most inaccessible spot that you can imagine on the face of the Earth. Now the Malaysian government requesting high-tech hydrophones from the Pentagon, devices that can listen for pings from black box recorders, even thousands of feet deep in the ocean. This is a senior law enforcement official tells ABC news that the hard drives from the pilot's home flight simulator as well as his personal computer are back here, now in the hands of the FBI. As they try to recover deleted files.

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