KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia - Nearly a month after the world feverishly searched for the sudden missing Malaysia plane and found no answers Chinese officials say they've detected a possible signal from the plane's black box recorder in the Indian Ocean, early Saturday, spreading hope that there may finally be a lead.
According to a Chinese news agency a patrol ship searching for the missing flight heard the pulse through the standard beacon frequency.
Although many hope for this to be the lead the world's been waiting for Chinese officials have not yet given confirmation that the detected signal is indeed related to the missing plane.
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