Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: Australia says possible objects in Indian Ocean

UPDATE: Bad weather is causing poor visibility for search crews chasing down two objects spotted by satellite in the southern Indian Ocean. Four military planes will be used to scan a section of the Indian Ocean for debris that may be from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.  While teams are looking for that debris in the southern Indian Ocean, Malaysian officials stress crews are continuing to search for the missing plane in other areas.




(CNN) -- Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said Thursday that authorities have spotted two objects in the Indian Ocean that are possibly related to the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.


The reports say the objects were found in the southern Indian Ocean and a Royal Australian Air Force plane is attempting closer inspection.

Australian search teams have been at the forefront of search efforts in the remote southern Indian Ocean.


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