Australian PM says confident of position of MH370's black box

By REUTERS
April 11, 2014 07:12

 
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SHANGHAI - Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said on Friday that searchers were confident they knew the position of the black box flight recorder from a missing Malaysian airliner, but cautioned this was not the same as recovering wreckage.



"We are confident that we know the position of the black box flight recorder to within some kilometeers (miles)," he said in a speech in the Chinese commercial capital Shanghai.



"Still, confidence in the approximate position of the black box is not the same as recovering wreckage from almost four and a half kilometers beneath the sea or finally determining all that happened on the flight."

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