Still no confirmed debris from missing plane

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An international search and rescue effort still had not found any confirmed debris from a Malaysia Airlines jet more than two day after it mysteriously went missing, an official said Monday.

"Unfortunately, ladies and gentleman, we have not found anything that appears to be objects from the aircraft, let alone the aircraft itself, said Azharuddin Abdul Rahman, head of Malaysia's Department of Civil Aviation.

He also said Vietnamese officials had not yet confirmed to Malaysia reports that debris believed to be from the plane had been found.

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