MISSING FLIGHT UPDATE

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There are a lot of rumors and speculation surrounding the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, but very little new information. Crews are continuing to search an area from the southern end of the Indian Ocean up into Kazakhstan. Meanwhile, family members of the missing passengers are still holding out, hoping that their loved ones will be found.

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