Malaysia missing plane: Acoustic pings ‘not likely’ from jet

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Underwater pings that were believed to be connected to the missing Malaysian Airlines plane were probably not coming from the jet, a US official has said. Michael Dean, the US Navy’s deputy director of ocean engineering, told CNN the acoustic signals were likely from some other man-made source. The US Navy said Mr Dean’s comments were “speculative and premature”. Flight MH370 went missing on 8 March as it flew from Kuala Lumpur to…

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