Flight 370 Salvage Harder Than Finding Needle in HaystackAngus Whitley and Andrea Rothman
While Malaysia’s conclusion that Flight 370 went down in the Indian Ocean may give closure to anguished family members, the search for wreckage in one of the planet’s most forbidding parts means the wait for answers to how and why may be a long time coming -- if ever.
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