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Malaysian Airlines : minister of Transports confirms the floating object


The suspected floating object captured by the Chinese satellite b[was 22.5 metres by 13 metres, not 22 metres by 30 metres, the ministry of Transports Malaysia said.



"Further to the statement made in this afternoon’s press conference, we would like to confirm that the suspected floating object captured by the Chinese satellite was 22.5 metres by 13 metres, not 22 metres by 30 metres, as was stated in the press conference of the 22 march 6:20PM.

This information was received by phone during the press conference, and was initially misheard".

Written by La Rédaction the 22/03/2014
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