Malaysian PM still hopeful in MH370 search

A handout photo taken on April 7, 2014 and released on April 8 by Australian Defence shows a fast response craft manned by members of ADV Ocean Shield's crew and Navy personnel pass by the starboard side of the ship as the boat searches the ocean for debris from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH 370 in the southern Indian Ocean. The hunt for underwater signals from missing Flight MH370 is likely to continue for days before a robot submersible is deployed to comb the seabed, the Australian search chief said on April 8, 2014. (File)

Malaysia's prime minister said Sunday that his nation remained committed to the so-far fruitless hunt for flight MH370 one year after it went missing, and was hopeful the plane would be found.

"Together with our international partners, we have followed the little evidence that exists. Malaysia remains committed to the search, and hopeful that MH370 will be found," Najib Razak said in a statement to mark the one-year anniversary of the plane's disappearance.

A year-long, Australia-led search effort in the southern Indian Ocean where the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 is believed to have crashed has yielded nothing yet.




 

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