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MALAYSIA-PLANE
Countries searching for missing Malaysian plane yet to decide who will pay for seabed search

Reported by: Associated Press
Reported: Monday, June 9, 2014 8:07 PM EDT
CANBERRA, Australia


An Australian official says countries searching for the missing Malaysian plane have yet to agree on how to share costs.

Malaysian officials are in the Australian capital Canberra on Tuesday to discuss the next phase of the seabed search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 that is thought to have crashed in the southern Indian Ocean on March 8 with 239 passengers and crew on board.

Malaysia is in charge of the search because the Boeing 777 is registered in that country. But Australia is coordinating the search because it is the closest country to where the plane is thought to have crashed.

Australia's Joint Agency Coordination Center head Angus Houston told Australian Broadcasting Corp. television on Tuesday that cost-sharing between countries is still under negotiation.










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