MH370 report says plane in 'increasing rate of descent' when it vanished

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SYDNEY (Reuters) - A report into missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 by the Australian safety investigator leading the search supports its view that the aircraft descended rapidly after running out of fuel with no human intervention, the agency said on Wednesday.
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