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Officials say the search for the missing plane could be costly, but Malaysian Prime Minister says Najib Razak said that won't deter crews from continuing their work -- that's in spite of one PM calling the search the "most difficult in human history."

Malaysian Prime Minister says officials will 'not give up' on search for missing jet

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Thursday, April 3, 2014, 6:34 PM -

The search goes on, nearly a month after Malaysian airlines flight 370 disappeared.

In a briefing in Perth Thursday, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott described the search for the plane as "the most difficult in human history."

He warned there was no guarantee the plane will ever be found.

Abbott also said authorities will spare no effort until they've done everything possible to find it.

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak echoed that sentiment.

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"I know that until I find the plane, many families cannot start to grieve. I cannot imagine what they must be going through. But I can promise them, we will not give up," he told reporters.

In the latest search, up to eight aircraft will set out, looking for telltale debris across an 91,500 square-mile zone.

Up to nine ships will search, including one British submarine racing against time to hear the signature pinging from flight 370's flight data recorder.

PERTH, AUSTRALIA - Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak is greeted onto his aircraft after his visit to Perth during the search of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 at Perth International airport on April 3, 2014 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane - Pool/Getty Images)

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