Search for missing Malaysian plane turns up no new debris

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CORRECTION-INDONESIA-MALAYSIA-MALAYSIAAIRLINES-CHINA-TRANSPORT An Indonesian National Search and Rescue Agency personnel scans the seas aboard a boat on patrol in the Malacca Strait off Aceh province located in the area of northern Sumatra island. Getty Images.

(CNN) — A growing number of airplanes scoured the southern Indian Ocean on Sunday as the 16-day search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 continued, but the end result was frustratingly the same — nothing.

Buoyed by a third set of satellite data that indicated possible debris from the plane in the water, the international team led by Australia fought bad weather early in the day as it looked for signs of the missing Boeing 777 and the 239 people who were aboard.

Eight aircraft and one ship conducted Sunday’s search and there were no sightings of significance, the Australian Maritime Safety Authority said in a written statement.

Four more jets — two from China and two from…

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