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CNN Evening News for Wednesday, May 28, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Rene Marsh) A report from the Navy that pings attributed to the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 were not from the plane's black boxes examined. [Navy deputy for diving and salvage Michael DEAN†- talks about the ping data.] [Earlier, Australian global search coordinator Angus HOUSTON†- calls this a promising league.] [Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty Org. Mark PRIOR†- talks about new data.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Rene Marsh and Richard Quest and Woods Hole Oceanographic Inst, David Gallo about the search for the missing plane. [In studio, QUEST - reacts to the report debunking the pings.] [MARSH - says the Navy is telling us the pings were not from the black box.] [GALLO - offers views on the significance of the new data.]

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