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Plane search area 'best chance of success'

For the families of the passengers and crew of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 it's another long day of waiting and hoping. Australia's set up a new joint agency to co-ordinate support for the international search and keep the relatives informed. It's leader, a former Australian defence chief, says all available information points to the area they're scouring now. (SOUNDBITE) (English) CHIEF CO-ORDINATOR OF THE JOINT AGENCY CO-ORDINATION CENTRE (JACC), ANGUS HOUSTON, SAYING: "I fully support the fact that we are out there searching the areas we're searching. We're looking where the calculations, the modelling suggests that the best chance of success will be." As the search goes on into its fourth week Malaysian authorities on Monday revealed the last words from the cockpit of the missing plane were a standard "Good night Malaysian three seven zero" They originally said the critical last communication was a more casual "All right, good night."

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