Retired Australian air chief marshall Angus Houston speaks about the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 at a press conference in Perth on April 1, 2014. AFP PHOTO / POOL / Greg WOOD
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The last words from the cockpit of a missing Malaysian jet were a standard "Good night Malaysian three seven zero", Malaysian authorities said, changing their account of the critical last communication from a more casual "All right, good night".The correction more than three weeks after Flight MH370 vanished with 239 people on board was made as Malaysian authorities face heavy criticism, particularly from China, for mismanaging the search and holding back information.Search coordinators warned the hunt could drag on for some time yet.Investigators, however, have determined no apparent motive or other red flags among the 227 passengers and 12 crew.Nine ships and 10 aircraft resumed the hunt for wreckage from MH370 on Tuesday, hoping to recover more than fishing gear and other flotsam found since Australian authorities moved the search 1,100 km (685 miles) north after new analysis of radar and satellite data.
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