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CNN Evening News for Sunday, Oct 05, 2014
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(Studio: Poppy Harlow) Report introduced.

(Washington: Tom Foreman) The continuation of the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 featured; scenes shown from the Indian Ocean; details given about the mapping of the ocean floor; map images shown; remarks from Australian officials quoted. [Former FAA safety instructor David SOUCIE†- comments on the advantage of having the map.]

(Studio: Poppy Harlow) Report introduced.

(No location given: Martin Savidge) The disappearance of Flight 370 reviewed; photos shown of first officer Fariq Hamid†† in the cockpit with 2 passengers. [3 MEN, CNN aviation correspondent Richard QUEST – comment.]

Harlow, Poppy;
Foreman, Tom;
Savidge, Martin

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