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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 13, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news on the search for Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 with evidence it flew four-five hours longer than expected introduced.

(Kuala Lumpur: Jim Clancy) The evidence the plane flew for at least four hours after it went missing thus shifting the hunt west to the Indian Ocean examined; map and diagram shown; details given about China's new position on its satellite data. [Malaysian acting transportation minister Hishamuddin bin HUSSEIN†- denies the reports; adds Malaysia has nothing to hide.] [White House press secretary Jay CARNEY†- says an Indian Ocean search area may be opened.] What the radar records and data claims records discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Jim Sciutto) The shift to searching the Indian Ocean based on "ping" locations, the possibility the two systems were shut down manually discussed; plane's projected flight route shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Richard Quest) The defined search within the ocean area, the raw data being interpreted by US officials and how the Malaysians explain the facts discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Fran Townsend, airline pilot Ron Brown and aviation journalist John Goglia about Flight 370. [BROWN - comments on the possibility of someone "interfering" with the plane, not mechanical failure.] [GOGLIA - speculates someone was turning things off.] [TOWNSEND - agrees it was human intervention, but not necessarily terrorism.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Clancy, Jim;
Sciutto, Jim;
Richard, Anderson Cooper,
Duration:
00:18:10

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