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Satellite Spots 122 Possible Objects In Search For Missing Plane

Defense Minister Hishammuddin Hussein said the objects were more than 1,550 miles southwest of Australia, near where other satellites previously detected objects.


Prime Minister of Malaysia, Najib Razak leaves after a press conference on March 24, 2014 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (Photo by Rahman Roslan/Getty Images)

Malaysian PM: Malaysia Flight 370 Crashed In Southern Indian Ocean

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak says a new analysis of satellite data shows that the missing Malaysia Airlines plane plunged into the southern Indian Ocean.


In this handout Satellite image made available by the AMSA (Australian Maritime Safety Authority) on March 20, 2014, objects that may be possible debris of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 are shown in a revised area 185 km to the south east of the original search area.  (Photo by DigitalGlobe/AMSA via Getty Images)

Possible Debris Near Australia Is ‘Best Lead’ Yet In Search For Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

A freighter used searchlights early Friday to scan rough seas in one of the remotest places on Earth after satellite images detected possible pieces from the missing Malaysia Airlines plane in the southern Indian Ocean.


A Malaysia Airlines plane.  (Credit: ADEK BERRY/AFP/Getty Images)

Investigators: Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight’s Movements Consistent With ‘Deliberate Action’

Officials in Malaysia are now saying they believe the missing plane’s movements following takeoff were deliberate but stopped short of saying it was hijacked.


FBI agents escort Somali pirate U.S. officials identify as Abduhl Wali-i-Musi into FBI headquarters at 26 Federal Plaza, Monday, April 20, 2009, in New York. Abduhl Wal-i-Musi is the sole surviving Somali pirate from the hostage-taking of commercial ship captain Richard Phillips. (AP Photo/ Louis Lanzano)

Manhattan Judge Sentences Somali Pirate To More Than 33 Years

Federal Judge Loretta Preska pointed to the need for a strong message of deterrence.