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Caution plea over plane 'ping' report

PLEASE NOTE: EDIT CONTAINS MATERIAL THAT WAS ORIGINALLY 4:3 This Chinese patrol vessel is said to have twice detected what could be a flight recorder 'ping' in the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane. An Australian vessel's also reported picking up a possible acoustic signal. But many, including Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbot, are urging caution about the reports. (SOUNDBITE)(English) AUSTRALIAN PRIME MINISTER, TONY ABBOTT, SAYING: "My understanding is that they are unconfirmed and the point I make is that we are hopeful but by no means certain. This is the most difficult search in human history. We are searching for an aircraft which is at the bottom of a very deep ocean and it's a very, very wide search area." Xinhua news agency said a Chinese aircraft had also spotted white objects floating in the southern Indian Ocean The head of Australia's Joint Agency Co-ordination Centre said neither the signals nor the sighting could b

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