Four nations resume search for missing AirAsia flight

At first light Monday, ships, planes of Indonesia, Malaysia, Australia and Singapore were out scouring the sea for Malaysian Air Asia Flight QZ8501, which went missing with 162 people aboard over the Java Sea Sunday, shortly after takeoff for Singapore from the Indonesian city of Surabaya. The last radar contact with the airliner was shortly after the pilots received permission to change course between the Indonesian islands of Belitung and Borneo because of bad weather.

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