The search for parts of the missing airplane from Malaysia continues
Despite what Australia called an "intensifying search effort," an international hunt Sunday by aircraft and ships in the southern Indian Ocean found no debris linked to the Malaysian jet that vanished more than three weeks ago.
Several dozen angry Chinese relatives of Flight 370 passengers demanded "evidence, truth, dignity" from Malaysian authorities, expressing their frustrations at a hotel near Kuala Lumpur as the mystery drags on.
I don't think the authorities in Malaysia can be counted on to run a convincing investigation. After all, they didn't succeed in making sure the airplane's whereabouts could be traced even with the main electronics turned off. I would recommend trying to rely more on the Australian authorities to do the job. On which note, I hope signs are found that explain what happened to the plane, but for now, there's no telling if the searchers will find anything.
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