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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news on the search the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 introduced. [Australia Prime Minister Tony ABBOTT- talks about the search area and the signals.] Reports from Reuters that Malaysian officials delayed sharing information with investigators leading to searching in the wrong direction reviewed.
(Washington: Pamela Brown) The changing positions of Malaysian officials on the investigation leading to confusion about the missing plane reviewed. [Boeing 737 captain John GADZINSKI- comments.] [Acting Malaysian transport minister Hishamuddin HUSSEIN- says sometimes things get lost in translation.] The FBI's limited role in the investigation and the lack of real suspicion about the pilot discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Richard Quest and Miles O'Brien and former Transportation Department inspector general Mary Schiavo about Malaysian officials and Flight 370. [QUEST, O'BRIEN, SCHIAVO - offer views on Malaysian mistakes leading to wasted time in the search.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Brown, Pamela
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