Australia is sending more aircraft to a remote part of the Indian Ocean on Friday, as the search of a missing Malaysian Airlines flight enters a 14th day.
The plane, with 239 people on board, vanished from radar during a night flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.
Search efforts on Thursday failed to locate the two objects suspected to be debris from the missing jet.
According to Australian Maritime Safety Authority, a navy P-3 plane was unable to spot the suspicious objects due to rough seas and high winds.
Meanwhile, a Norwegian merchant ship - the first vessel to reach the area, has also started scouting in the southern Indian Ocean.
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