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An Australian Air Force serviceman watches as an Australian Air Force C-17 taxis on the tarmac of the RAAF Base Pearce near Perth, March 28, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed

Planes spot objects after search for lost Malaysian jet shifts north

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By Jane Wardell and Rujun Shen

SYDNEY/KUALA LUMPUR - An air and sea search for a missing Malaysian passenger jet moved 1,100 km (685 miles) north on Friday, after Australian authorities coordinating the operation in the remote Indian Ocean received new information from Malaysia that suggested the plane ran out of fuel earlier than thought.

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