Latest news about the MH370 flight

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“Because there are many uncertainties due to the lack of aircraft performance and tracking data, a specific final location in the Southern Ocean cannot be identified,” the Inmarsat representative Katie Potts said in a written statement. However, the experts at Inmarsat mapped out a set of arcs over the southern Indian Ocean based on the last “handshakes” sent from the plane’s communication equipment to the satellite. The location determined was never investigated and is to the southwest of a zone scanned carefully by Australia using a U.S. Navy robotic submarine. There is a new hope to find the jet wreckage using the new information but this will happen when  the search resumes, which is expected to happen in the next several months.

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