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Search for plane yields frustration, heartache

Updated: 2014-03-21 07:51
By Peng Yining ( China Daily)

Ever since I arrived in Kuala Lumpur on March 11, I have been experiencing the most painful emotional roller coaster.

There have been so many times that I thought we were close to finding the plane, or at least decent evidence of its fate. But these reports have always ended in disappointment.

On Thursday, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott announced that one of his country's satellites had spotted in the southern Indian Ocean two objects that are possible parts from the missing jet. Although Abbott emphasized that what the objects actually are needs to be confirmed, related messages flooded my social-network apps. Reporters are reviewing clues as to the reliability of this new information, including the size and shape of the objects. Some reporters hopped on a flight to Australia an hour after Abbott's statement.

Search for plane yields frustration, heartache

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