Possible debris of the missing Malaysian jet disappears

Planes flying low to spot wreckage of missing flight
Sydney: The international team hunting the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 in the remote southern Indian Ocean failed to turn up anything on Friday, and Australia’s deputy prime minister said the suspected debris may have sunk.
Also, Australia said that radars had failed to detect any sign of a missing Malaysian jetliner and it was switching to skilled observers to spot any debris in the remote southern Indian Ocean.
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority is coordinating the hunt for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 in the inhospitable region bet-ween the mainland and Antarctica, in an area 2,500 sq. km.
Focus back on Andaman search area
Kuala Lumpur: Aircraft and ships have also renewed a search in the Andaman Sea between India and Thailand, going over areas that have already been exhaustively swept to find some clue to un-lock one of the biggest mysteries in modern aviation as the Aus-tralian lead is yet to find any parts of the plane.
India said it was sending two aircraft, a Poseidon P-8I maritime surveillance aircraft and a C-130 Hercules transporter, to join the hunt in the southern Indian Ocean at its own behest.
China President devastated
Melbourne: Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Friday said Chinese President Xi Jinping is “devastated” by the mysterious disappearance of the Malaysia Airlines plane carrying 239 people, including 154 Chinese passengers. “This has been a gut-wrenching business for so many people,” Mr Abbott said at a press conference.

( Source : agencies )
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