Malaysia on Sunday received new satellite images from the French authorities showing potential debris along the southern corridor missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 might have taken, according to a statement of Malaysian Ministry of Transport, Xinhua reported.
The French satellite imagery was released a day after China said its satellite spotted a 22-meter-long and 13-meter-wide floating object in southern Indian Ocean, about 120 km southwest of the objects Australia announced Thursday.
All these objects remain to be located and confirmed if they are related to the missing MH370.
Australian, New Zealand and U.S. military and civil aircraft have searched the relevant areas for four days but failed to find any suspicious objects shown on the satellite imagery.
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