Malaysian MH370: Inmarsat confident on crash ‘hotspot’

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The UK satellite company Inmarsat has told the BBC that the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines jet has yet to go to the area its scientists think is the plane’s most likely crash site. Inmarsat’s communications with the aircraft are seen as the best clues to the whereabouts of Flight MH370. The hunt for the lost jet is currently taking a short break while ships map the Indian Ocean floor. When the search resumes, the Inmarsat “hotspot” will be a key focus. But so too will a…

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