Newly-analysed data from a failed satellite telephone call to the missing MH370 indicates the aircraft may have turned south earlier than previously thought.Speaking at a press conference following talks with his Malaysian and Chinese counterparts on 28 August, Australia’s infrastructure minister Warren Truss revealed that after the B777 disappeared from radar, ground staff from the airline tried to call the aircraft’s satellite phone.Truss said: “Now, that was unsuccessful, but the detailed research that’s being done now has been able to identify, or trace, that phone call and help to position the aircraft and the direction it was travelling.”Truss added that

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