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ABC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 20, 2014
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(Studio: David Muir) A new clue in the story of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 introduced; possible debris image shown.

(Perth, Australia : David Wright) A report from onboard a Navy search plane featured; scenes shown of the plane that shifted to search for two objects seen in satellite images and of the waters below. [Australia Prime Minister Tony ABBOTT†- says two objects have been identified.] [Navy Lt. Cmdr. Adam SCHANTZ†- comments on the search today.]

(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Washington: David Kerley) The question of whether Malaysian officials withheld key information about the plane examined; details given about the timeline of news of the "ping" data and about how far debris can move. [ABC consultant Tom HAUETER†- calls it egregious.] [Inmarsal Chris McLAUGHLIN†- comments.]

(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Kuala Lumpur: Bob Woodruff) The frustration of the families of those missing featured. [Phil Wood's girlfriend Sarah BAJC†, son Chris WOOD†- react.] [Malaysian acting transportation minister Hishamuddin HUSSEIN†- says we don't know the plane's location.]

(Studio: David Muir) Live discussion held with ABC News consultant retired Col. Stephen Ganyard about the missing plane. [GANYARD†- says the black boxes are the key and the ocean is deep with strong currents.]

Muir, David;
Wright, David;
Kerley, David;
Woodruff, Bob

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