Relatives of passengers from missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 attend a conference conducted by Malaysia Airlines at a hotel in Beijing on March 19, 2014. AFP PHOTO / WANG ZHAO
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Authorities in the Maldives were probing reports Wednesday that islanders saw a "low-flying jumbo jet" on the day the missing Malaysia Airlines plane vanished.In a statement Wednesday, the Maldives National Defence Force (MNDF) said that studies of military radar had yielded nothing so far.The Maldives police and civil aviation authority separately confirmed that a more detailed national inquiry was underway and they were hopeful of giving a progress report later in the day.The Maldives, located far from both arcs, is not among the 26 countries currently involved in the massive international search operation.
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