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(CNN) – Two pieces of what could be floating debris in the Indian Ocean are seen as signs of hope and horror for the family members of those on board Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
While some are desperate for any credible information on the fate of their loved ones, even if it means the worst has happened, others still cling to the possibility that those on board are still alive.
CNN's Sada Sidner reports.
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