Norwegian Ship 'Reaches Area Of Suspected Malaysian Plane Debris'
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March 20, 2014

Via AFP:

A Norwegian ship on Thursday reached an area of the Indian Ocean where possible debris of the missing Malaysia Airlines plane was spotted, shipping company Hoegh Autoliners said.

"The ship has arrived at the site to take part in the search," said Cecilie Moe, spokeswoman for the Norwegian company.

No object likely to have come from flight MH370 has been recovered at this stage, said Christian Dahll, another spokesperson for Hoegh Autoliners.

Dahll added that the search window for Thursday was limited since sunset was at around 1300 GMT.

"The ship will travel along a route provided ...

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