Officials tell CNN there are new questions about Malaysia Airlines Flight 370's co-pilot's mobile phone.
His phone could be key in the investigation into the aircraft's disappearance
The Malaysian government is investigating whether his phone connected with other towers along the flight path - and why only the co-pilot's phone was detected.
How significant is this development? Is it just a coincidence or was something suspicious going on in that cockpit?
Watch Richard Quest and CNN aviation analyst Arthur Rosenberg's fiery debate over the latest developments in the investigation of missing Flight 370.
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At least 289 people are missing, many of them teachers and students after their ferry suddenly sank.
Search and rescue teams have been working almost around the clock for the past 24 hours trying to find survivors.
Officials say at least 179 people have been rescued. According to one report, at least seven people are dead.
The ship was on its way to a resort island off the southwest coast of Korea when it ran into trouble.
CNN's Paula Hancock is OutFront in Jindo, South Korea with the latest.