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Indian Ocean / Missing Plane / Flight 370 / Debris / A Discussion (Part II) #1087331

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 29, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Sara Sidner) The long search for missing Malaysian Airlines plane Flight 370 reviewed; details given about the various theories about the pilot & crew, terrorism, that the plane landed somewhere, mechanical failure, rapid decompression.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Richard Quest & Miles O'Brien & aviation analyst David Soucie about the missing plane & the newly found debris. [SOUCIE - states this plane part is likely from the 777 plane.] [O'BRIEN - explains the function of the plane part found.] [QUEST - explains how the debris material could be analyzed.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Sidner, Sara

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