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(Flight MH370) Satellite detected 122 new objects, not far from earlier debris Malaysia says
(03-26 18:00)

Malaysian officials said today that satellite images show 122 potential objects 2,557 kilometers from Perth, Australia.
The details of objects in the southern Indian Ocean were shared today by Malaysian Defense Minister and acting Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein at a briefing on the missing Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 in Kuala Lumpur.
The images from Airbus Defence and Space in France show the objects in a 400-square-kilometer area of the ocean, Hishammuddin said.
He added that the new 122 pieces of debris were not far from earlier objects sighted by French and Chinese satellites.
—The Standard/AFP



   
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