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NBC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 22, 2014
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(Studio: David Gregory) A new image in the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 introduced.

(Studio: Kerry Sanders) The search off Australia for debris seen in a Chinese satellite image featured; scenes shown of the satellite images, of victims' families in Beijing and of a sample flight recorder. [New Zealand air force Capt. Brett McKINZIE†, NBC aviation analyst John COX†, Royal Canadian Air Force Lt. Michael McSWEEN†, Australian deputy prime minister Warren TRUSS†- comment on the search operation and debris.] [Malaysian transportation minister Hishamuddin HUSSEIN†- comments on the image.]

(Studio: David Gregory) Report introduced.

(Perth, Australia: Billy Neely) The fourth day of searching off Australia featured; scenes shown of the search aircraft.

(Studio: David Gregory, Robert Hager) The possibilities for the new debris and the need to locate the black boxes discussed.

Gregory, David;
Sanders, Kerry;
Neely, Billy;
Robert, David Gregory,

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