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Search for missing jet shifts after new lead

Australian authorities are shifting the focus of their search for the wreckage of the missing Malaysia Airlines jet. They are moving more than 1,000 km northeast, after receiving a new lead from Malaysia. For more than a week, ships and planes have been scouring the seas 2,500 km southwest of Perth, where satellite images suggested that debris from Flight MH370 could be found. (SOUNDBITE) (English) CHIEF COMMISSIONER OF THE AUSTRALIAN TRANSPORT SAFETY BUREAU (ATSB) MARTIN DOLAN SAYING: "This continuing analysis indicates the plane was travelling faster than was previously estimated resulting in increased fuel usage and reducing the possible distance it travelled south into the Indian Ocean." The latest twist underscores the frustrating hunt for evidence in the nearly three-week search. (SOUNDBITE) (English) GENERAL MANAGER OF AMSA'S EMERGENCY RESPONSE DIVISION JOHN YOUNG SAYING: "This is the normal business of search and rescue operations that new in

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