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Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Search Slowed Down by Disagreements, Report Says

Origami paper cranes hang on a board offering prayers and condolences to the Malaysia Airlines MH370 and MH17 victims and their families at a Chinese bereavement centre in Kuala Lumpur on September 9, 2014.  A highly anticipated preliminary report into what brought down Malaysia flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine will be released, hoping to shed light on the air disaster that claimed the lives of 298 passengers.   AFP PHOTO/ MANAN VATSYAYANA        (Photo credit should read MANAN VATSYAYANA/AFP/Getty Images)
Origami paper cranes hang on a board offering prayers and condolences to the Malaysia Airlines MH370 and MH17 victims and their families at a Chinese bereavement centre in Kuala Lumpur on September 9, 2014. A highly anticipated preliminary report into what brought down Malaysia flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine will be released, hoping to shed light on the air disaster that claimed the lives of 298 passengers. AFP PHOTO/ MANAN VATSYAYANA (Photo credit should read MANAN VATSYAYANA/AFP/Getty Images)

The search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 has been bogged down by disagreements among the investigators overseeing it, according to a report. These disagreements,...




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