Orange objects found in search on MH370

Orange objects found in search on MH370

Prime Minister Tony Abbott will visit Perth’s Pearce RAAF base this morning, as the search for missing Flight MH370 continues.

An Australian Navy Vessel has been equipped with two different devices to help locate the flight data recorders from the missing Malaysia Airlines flight.

It comes as a number of orange objects have been spotted by an Australian aircraft.

239 people were on board the plane when it went missing three weeks ago, after departing Kuala Lumpur for Beijing.

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