Relatives of passengers aboard missing Malaysia Airlines plane angry by lack of information
Relatives of passengers on the missing Malaysian airliner grew increasingly frustrated Wednesday over the search’s lack of progress as planes sweeping across vast expanses of the Indian Ocean and satellites peering on Central Asia turned up no new clues in the hunt.
Malaysian authorities examined new radar data from Thailand that could potentially give clues on how to retrace the course of the plane that vanished early March 8 with 239 people aboard en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Twenty-six countries are looking for the aircraft as relatives anxiously await news.
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