The Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak announced to the family members of passengers of the Flight MH370 on Monday that the new satellite data concludes the plane wreckage, which lost contact on the radar screens on March 8, had ended in the southern Indian Ocean.

It is really a heart breaking improvement in the search for the missing plane as officials say they conclude Malaysian Airlines flight DID submerged in the southern Indian Ocean

Australian aircraft spots two new objects in southern Indian Ocean
HMAS Success is 'on scene' and attempting to locate the two objects
Chinese plane earlier spotted 'suspicious objects' during search for jet
New French images taken 530 miles (850km) from current search site
Specialised US refuelling tanker ordered to boost potential search times of aircraft
Co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid recently transitioned to flying Boeing 777s