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With no hard evidence and weather hindering search efforts, the search zone for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 has been shifted.

According to Reuters:

The search for the missing Malaysian jetliner was shifted 1,100 km (685 miles) north on Friday after Australian authorities received new radar information from Malaysia.

In addition, new objects floating on the Indian Ocean were spotted by Australian search planes on Friday in the new search area.

The Australian Maritime and Safety Authority (AMSA) said it was awaiting images from the Royal New Zealand Air Force Orion, which was on its way back to base.

The sightings would need to be confirmed by ship, which was not expected until Saturday, AMSA said in its official twitter feed.

We’ll keep you updated with the latest in this mysterious case.

SOURCE: Reuters | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty

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