by Benson Agoha
Following reports of two debris found after the latest satellite scan, efforts are nor being diverted to the area in the far side of the indian occean before Australia.
Latest information is slightly different from the ealier leads because they appear to be corroborated by other satellite scans and it is being identified as the Royal Australian Airforce are being diverted to the scene.
Tonny Abbott, Australian Prime Minister told the Austrialian parliament that Australian airforce has despatched search jets to the area and to confirm the latest reports, although he warned the process of confirmation is a difficult one and might result in a different news from expectation.
Reports say four military jets are on their way in an area about 1300 miles from Australia.
The credible breaking news today regarding the latest satellite images is the utmost in the mind of the relatives and they are eagerly waiting for reliable information.
Malaysia says that China is using 21 satellites in the search for the missing plane. Neighbouring countries like Cambodia, Laos, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam are also helping in the search, according to BBC reports.
In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia's Acting Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein said the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flgiht MH370 is continuing in both the northern and southern corridors, information will be shared as soon as they come in.
He said he will surely tell them whatever they find, expressing his feelings for their suffering in this difficult times.
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