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Experts Say MH370 Could Be in 1 of 3 Spots

Scientists have potentially narrowed the search area for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 to three specific locations in the southern Indian Ocean through new satellite and drift analysis of the 2014 crash released Wednesday, reports the AP. But the Australian Transport Safety Bureau cautioned that the drift analysis by Australian science...
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