Closer Look: Relatives of Passengers on Missing Flight Have Long Wait, Few Answers
(Beijing) – Waiting for news about the fate of relatives and loved ones has been a painful, frustrating experience for a group of people gathered at a Beijing hotel, a situation exacerbated by scant updates.
Little progress has been made in the search for Beijing-bound Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 and its 239 passengers and crew. The airline lost contact with the plane early on March 8 about two hours after it took off from Sepang, which is near Kuala Lumpur.
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