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122 objects in ocean called best clue yet

French satellite images taken Sunday show some pieces as long as 75 feet

Posted: March 27, 2014 at 5:30 a.m.

An Australian air force AP-3C Orion returns Wednesday to its base in Bullsbrook after helping search the southern Indian Ocean for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. Aircraft and ships from six countries are searching for the lost airliner.

New satellite images taken in recent days show more than 100 objects — some as long as 75 feet — that may have come from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, Malaysian Defense Minister Hishammuddin Hussein said Wednesday.

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A representative of relatives of Chinese passengers on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 speaks to the media Wednesday before a br... (By: ALEXANDER F. YUAN) (Credit: AP)

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This graphic released by the Malaysian Remote Sensing Agency on Wednesday shows satellite imagery taken Sunday with the appro... (Credit: AP)

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