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Malaysia says jet crashed in sea; bad weather halts search

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Bad weather and rough seas force the suspension of the search for any wreckage of a missing Malaysian jetliner that officials are now sure crashed in the remote Indian Ocean with the loss of all 239 people on board. Sarah Toms reports.

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