Almost three months after the Malaysian airliner MH370 first went missing, the teams searching for the plane have admitted they have drawn a blank. They have spent weeks searching an area where acoustic signals - initially thought to be from the plane - had been heard.
But, after scouring more than 300 square miles, there's still no trace of the aircraft.ITV News' Paul Davies reports:
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