WASHINGTON—The governments of Australia, China and Malaysia have long said that the underwater search for Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 will end when a 120,000 km2 region along the so-called Seventh Arc in the southern Indian Ocean has been combed for the wreckage—work that is expected to be complete in January. Despite the massive underwater search zone, the only traces of the aircraft found to date have been recovered pieces from islands in the western Indian Ocean and ...

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