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Bad weather foils air search for possible debris of missing Malaysian airliner

An Australian military plane flying over remote seas in the Indian Ocean Thursday. Its crew, searching for possible debris from Malaysia Airline flight MH370, missing now for nearly two weeks. New satellite images suggest large debris in the waters below. A credible lead, the Malaysian government said, in knowing the fate of the missing plane and its 239 people on board. But rough seas and high winds hampered Thursday's search. There was no sign of the large objects, not today, said the crew's flight Lieutenant. (SOUNDBITE)(English) FLIGHT LIEUTENANT CHRIS BIRRER SAYING: "Unfortunately with the weather conditions, as you experienced on the flight, we were unable to locate any wreckage or debris, but other aircraft are continuing the search up to last light tonight." The satellite images were from one of the most remote parts of the globe. But their time stamp is four days old and the objects could have drifted far away. At a B

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