NEWS: CHINA'S LARGEST RESCUE SHIP HAIXUN-01 HEADING TO NEW SEARCH AREA
China's largest rescue ship, the Haixun-One, is steaming toward the new search area in the Southern Indian Ocean. Our reporter Ying Yiyuan is on the ship and she told us earlier they will have to sail over two thousand nautical miles to reach the new search area.
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CNTV (Date:03/24/2014 08:41)
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