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US 'black box' detector joins MH370 ocean search

A US Navy "black box" detector made its much-anticipated debut in the oceanic hunt for flight MH370 on Friday but Australia's search chief warned it was crunch time with the box's signal set to expire soon. As the extensive search wore on, Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim said he believed the country's long-ruling regime was concealing information on the crisis, saying "the government knows more than us."

US 'black box' detector joins MH370 ocean search

A US Navy "black box" detector made its much-anticipated debut in the oceanic hunt for flight MH370 on Friday but Australia's search chief warned it was crunch time with the box's signal set to expire soon. As the extensive search wore on, Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim said he believed the country's long-ruling regime was concealing information on the crisis, saying "the government knows more than us."

MH370 cover-up alleged as 'black box' locator nears

Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim accused the government of hiding information on Flight MH370, as a black-box detector was expected Friday in the search zone nearly a month after the plane vanished. Anwar said he was "baffled" over the Malaysian military's failure to respond despite detecting the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 crossing back over the country's airspace following its mysterious detour. "Unfortunately the manner in which this was handled after the first few days was clearly suspect," Anwar said in an interview with Britain's Daily Telegraph.

Malaysia PM 'will not rest' until MH370 answers found

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak vowed Thursday "we will not rest" until the fate of flight MH370 is known, as Australia called it "the most difficult search in human history". Najib toured the military base in Perth being used as a staging post in the hunt for the Malaysia Airlines plane carrying 239 people that is believed to have crashed in the Indian Ocean. "We want to find answers. We want to provide comfort to the families and we will not rest until answers are indeed found," Najib said, as he thanked those involved in the eight-nation search.

Malaysia PM 'will not rest' until MH370 answers found

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak vowed Thursday "we will not rest" until the fate of Flight MH370 is known, as Australia called it "the most difficult search in human history". Najib toured the military base in Perth being used as a staging post in the hunt for the Malaysia Airlines plane carrying 239 people that is believed to have crashed in the Indian Ocean, and pledged never to give up looking for answers.

Malaysia PM 'will not rest' until MH370 answers found

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak vowed Thursday "we will not rest" until the fate of Flight MH370 is known, as Australia called it "the most difficult search in human history". Najib toured the military base in Perth being used as a staging post in the hunt for the Malaysia Airlines plane carrying 239 people that is believed to have crashed in the Indian Ocean, and pledged never to give up looking for answers.

Malaysia PM 'will not rest' till MH370 answers found

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak vowed Thursday "we will not rest" until the fate of Flight MH370 is known, as Australia called it "the most difficult search in human history". Najib toured the military base in Perth being used as a staging post in the hunt for the Malaysia Airlines plane carrying 239 people that is believed to have crashed in the Indian Ocean, and pledged never to give up looking for answers.

Malaysian PM visits Australian search hub for missing jetliner: "We will not give up"

PERTH, Australia - Malaysia's prime minister said Thursday the search for the missing jetliner will not stop until answers are found, as his Australian counterpart Tony Abbott called it "the most difficult in human history." Prime Minister Najib Razak met with Abbott at the Australian base near Perth that is serving as the hub for the multinational effort and was briefed by Angus Houston, the head of a joint agency co-ordinating the search in the southern Indian Ocean.

Malaysia PM visits search base for missing jet; sub joins hunt

By Swati Pandey and Niluksi Koswanage PERTH/KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Malaysia's prime minister visited the Australian search base for missing Flight MH370 on Thursday as a nuclear-powered submarine joined the near-four week hunt that has so far failed to find any sign of the missing airliner and the 239 people on board.

Malaysian PM in Perth as Australia says search will go on

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak toured the military base being used as a staging post in the hunt for Flight MH370 Thursday as Australia said are no imminent plans to abandon the search. Retired Australian air chief marshal Angus Houston, who is heading a new coordination centre in Perth, told Najib "Australia is doing everything it can" to track down the missing jet while praising the "remarkable" international cooperation in the quest for answers.
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