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It's a frustrating pattern in the hunt for the Malaysia Airlines MH370 Boeing 777, which vanished while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8 with 239 people aboard: Search crews have repeatedly spotted multiple objects floating in the search area of the southern Indian Ocean, only for officials to later rule out links to the missing plane.
Here are the latest photos available about the search for the missing Malaysian plane:
A piece of unknown debris floats just under the water in this image taken onboard a Royal New Zealand P3 Orion while it was searching for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 in Perth, Australia. The Orion crew could not identify the object and has sent images of it for analysis to the Rescue Co-ordination Center and AMSA.(AP)
Able Seaman Marine Technician Matthew Oxley stands aboard the Australian Navy ship the HMAS Success looking for debris in the southern Indian Ocean during the search for missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370. Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said the hunt for Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 had no time limit, despite the failure of an international operation to find any sign of the plane in three weeks of fruitless searching. A total of 20 aircraft and ships were again scouring a massive area in the Indian Ocean some 2,000 km (1,200 miles) west of Perth, where investigators believe the Boeing 777 carrying 239 people came down.(Reuters)
Relatives of Chinese passengers onboard Malaysia Airlines MH370 pray for their loved ones before a briefing meeting with Malaysian officials at a hotel in Beijing.(AP)
A sign displays a message regarding the search for the missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 outside the Uniting Church in the town of Kincumber on the central Coast of New South Wales near Sydney March 31, 2014. Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said the hunt for Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 had no time limit, despite the failure of an international operation to find any sign of