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CNN Evening News for Monday, Apr 07, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The narrowing of the scope of the search for the missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 introduced; details given about the flight data recorders and new hypotheses about the plane's route; map shown.

(Bullsbrook, Australia: Matthew Chance) The desperate search for Flight 370 featured; map shown of area where two pings were heard by Australian and Chinese ships in different locations. [Malaysian acting transport minister Hishamuddin HUSSEIN†- talks about the signals heard.] [Retired Australian defense force chief Angus HOUSTON†- says he wants to find some wreckage to solve the mystery.] Map of a new possible plane flight shown. The various debris found in the Indian Ocean sea discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with USS Blue Ridge Cmdr. William Marks about th pings. [Voice of MARKS - explains reasons for optimism about the two hours of pings and options for searches.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Woods Hole Oceanographic Inst. David Gallo and CNN's Miles O'Brien and Richard Quest about Flight 370 . [QUEST, GALLO, O'BRIEN - offer views on the significance of the new developments in the search with these pings and on the Chinese claims of ping sounds.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Chance, Matthew

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