A ground crew member signals the pilot of a Japan Orion aircraft prior to it leaving Pearce Airbase in Bullsbrook, 35 kms north of Perth, to continue searching for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 on April 2, 2014. AFP PHOTO / Greg WOOD
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The search for flight MH370 was boosted Wednesday with the arrival of a British nuclear submarine in the Indian Ocean, but Malaysian police warned the cause of the jet's mysterious disappearance may never be known.Despite extensive scouring of the remote waters southwest of Perth where Malaysia believes the jet went down, ships and planes have so far found nothing that would indicate a crash site.Ten planes and nine ships resumed the hunt Wednesday although authorities warned broken cloud, sea fog and isolated thunderstorms would reduce visibility.Malaysian police are probing the backgrounds of all 239 people on board the Malaysia Airlines jet, including the 12 crew members, as well as ground crew and flight engineers.The personal jet of Oscar-winning New Zealand movie director Peter Jackson is also now reportedly being used in the multinational hunt for the plane.In an effort to appease angry relatives, a closed-door briefing is scheduled for Wednesday in Kuala Lumpur with families of those who were on board the plane to hear from technical experts from Malaysia, China and Australia.
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