MH370 search: Hunt for black box zeroes in on final resting place


  • Nation
  • Thursday, 10 Apr 2014

PERTH: The hunt for more black box "pings" from missing Malaysian airliner MH370 was narrowing Thursday to a specific patch of remote ocean after two more signals were detected.

The head of the Australian-led search Angus Houston raised hopes Wednesday that wreckage will be found within days even as the black box batteries start to expire.

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