MH370: Survey ships making progress, says Australia


SYDNEY: Two ships surveying the sea floor where Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 is thought to have crashed are making steady progress with a deep-water search to get underway in September, Australian authorities said Thursday. 

Since May, experts have been surveying an area of about 60,000 sq km along the seventh arc - a thin but long line that includes all possible points where the last known communication between the aircraft and a satellite could have taken place. 

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