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The Italian embassy in Caracas told La Reppublica that a "blip" on the Venezuelan army's radar could indicate the area where the plane carrying Vittorio Missoni lost altitude. The new information has allowed the Venezuelan and Italian authorities to come to an "agreement to continue the search beyond the expected eight days, focusing resources on a defined area and through means that may be more useful." Meanwhile, the Missoni men's show received a standing ovation last night, although Angela Missoni remained backstage. [Telegraph UK]