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On Monday, two new objects that may be related to the missing Malaysian Boeing 777-200 have been spotted by specialists from the Australian plane that participates in the search and rescue operation, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said.
Abbott noted that the objects are located in the Indian Ocean, about 2,500 kilomoteres off Asutralia's cost. One of the objects, of green or grey color, has the circular shape, and another one, orange in color, is rectangular. The ship of the Australian Naval Forces "Success" has been sent to the site where the objects had been spotted.