Missing MH370: Aussie PM sees 'increasing hope' of solving mystery after unidentified objects spotted (Update)


PERTH:  Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said Sunday there was "increasing hope" of finding missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, after a plane spotted unidentified debris including a wooden pallet in the Indian Ocean search site. 

Visual contact with the debris was made on Saturday, as fresh Chinese satellite images emerged showing a large floating object in the same remote region around 2,500km (1,500 miles) southwest of Perth. 

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