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Malaysia may renew the search for MH370 a decade after the flight disappeared

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Malaysia’s government says it may renew the search for MH370 after a U.S. technology firm proposed a fresh search in the southern Indian Ocean where the Malaysia Airlines plane is believed to have crashed. The plane with 239 people aboard vanished a decade ago while en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Transport Minister Anthony Loke said Sunday that Texas-based Ocean Infinity proposed another “no find, no fee” search, expanding from the site where it first looked in 2018. He said he has invited the company to meet him for a briefing on its plan. Ocean Infinity CEO Oliver Punkett reportedly said the company has worked with many experts in analyzing data to narrow the search area and is ready to return to the search.

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