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French satellite image could show plane debris: Malaysian Transport Ministry

More planes are taking off from Australia in their search for missing a Malaysian Airline jet, as Japanese and Chinese teams arrive to join the search. They're flying toward the southern Indian Ocean, in what has now entered the third week with no trace of a Boeing 777 with 239 on board that went missing. On Saturday, the first Chinese aircraft landed at the wrong airport -- underscoring the difficulties facing this multinational search. Royal Australian Air Force Group Captain Craig Heap. (SOUNDBITE) (English) ROYAL AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE GROUP CAPTAIN, CRAIG HEAP, SAYING: "It's a very big ocean, there'll be an amount of luck in any open ocean search, but, we have a lot of highly professional aviators from all over the world and great maintenence staff to keep the aircraft running." New French satellite images show possible debris from a missing Malaysian airliner deep in the southern Indian Ocean, Malaysia said on Sunday. Meanwhile, families co

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