September 4, 2015


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The search for Flight MH370

A relative of a Chinese passenger aboard the Malaysia Airlines MH370, cries after being told the latest update in Beijing, China.  (Ng Han Guan / The Associated Press)
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak speaks during a press conference for the missing Malaysia Airlines, flight MH370, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on Monday. A new analysis of satellite data indicates the missing Malaysia Airlines plane crashed into a remote corner of the Indian Ocean, Najib said Monday.  (Joshua Paul / The Associated Press)
Relatives of presumed-dead passengers grieve after being told of the latest news in Beijing. It was the grim news that families of the missing Malaysian Airlines flight had dreaded for weeks, and on Monday they heard it from Malaysia's prime minister: new analysis of satellite data indicates the missing plane crashed into a remote corner of the Indian Ocean.  (Ng Han Guan / The Associated Press)
Medical personnel and people use a stretcher to carry out a woman who fainted after the announcement by the Malaysian government that the missing Malaysia Airlines airliner MH370 had crashed in the Indian Ocean, from a hotel ballroom in Beijing, China Monday, March 24, 2014. It was the grim news that families of the missing Malaysian Airlines flight had dreaded for weeks, and on Monday they heard it from Malaysia�s prime minister: new analysis of satellite data indicates the missing plane crashed into a remote corner of the Indian Ocean. (AP Photo) CHINA OUT (CP)
Co-pilot and Flying Officer Marc Smith turns his RAAF AP-3C Orion aircraft at low level in bad weather whilst searching for missing Malaysia Airways Flight MH370 over the Indian Ocean. (Richard Wainwright / Pool / The Associated Press)
Crewmen on board an RAAF AP-3C Orion aircraft look at their radar screens whilst searching for missing Malaysia Airways Flight MH370 over the Indian Ocean. (Richard Wainwright / Pool / The Associated Press)
Flying Officer Marc Smith, co-pilot of an RAAF AP-3C Orion makes its final approach to RAAF Base Pearce in Perth, Australia.  (Richard Wainwright / Pool / The Associated Press)
In this Monday, March 24, 2014 photo, one engine of an RAAF AP-3C Orion is shut down to conserve fuel whilst in a holding pattern at altitude above the search site on what was to be an 11-hour search mission for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 over the Indian Ocean. (Richard Wainwright / Pool / The Associated Press)
Relatives of Chinese passengers aboard the Malaysia Airlines, MH370 read out a statement calling for Malaysia Airlines and Malaysia's government to be held accountable after learning about the latest news in Beijing on Tuesday.  (Ng Han Guan / The Associated Press)
An office building is illuminated with lights displaying
A sympathy message is displayed at the webpage of the Malaysia Airlines website, in Shah Alam, outside Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on Tuesday, after Malaysia's prime minister announced that data indicate the plane is believed to have crashed in the Indian Ocean. (CP)
A relative of a Chinese passenger aboard the Malaysia Airlines MH370, cries after being told the latest update in Beijing, China. - (Ng Han Guan / The Associated Press)
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak speaks during a press conference for the missing Malaysia Airlines, flight MH370, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on Monday. A new analysis of satellite data indicates the missing Malaysia Airlines plane crashed into a remote corner of the Indian Ocean, Najib said Monday. - (Joshua Paul / The Associated Press)
Relatives of presumed-dead passengers grieve after being told of the latest news in Beijing. It was the grim news that families of the missing Malaysian Airlines flight had dreaded for weeks, and on Monday they heard it from Malaysia's prime minister: new analysis of satellite data indicates the missing plane crashed into a remote corner of the Indian Ocean. - (Ng Han Guan / The Associated Press)
Medical personnel and people use a stretcher to carry out a woman who fainted after the announcement by the Malaysian government that the missing Malaysia Airlines airliner MH370 had crashed in the Indian Ocean, from a hotel ballroom in Beijing, China Monday, March 24, 2014. It was the grim news that families of the missing Malaysian Airlines flight had dreaded for weeks, and on Monday they heard it from Malaysia�s prime minister: new analysis of satellite data indicates the missing plane crashed into a remote corner of the Indian Ocean. (AP Photo) CHINA OUT - (CP)
Co-pilot and Flying Officer Marc Smith turns his RAAF AP-3C Orion aircraft at low level in bad weather whilst searching for missing Malaysia Airways Flight MH370 over the Indian Ocean. - (Richard Wainwright / Pool / The Associated Press)
Crewmen on board an RAAF AP-3C Orion aircraft look at their radar screens whilst searching for missing Malaysia Airways Flight MH370 over the Indian Ocean. - (Richard Wainwright / Pool / The Associated Press)
Flying Officer Marc Smith, co-pilot of an RAAF AP-3C Orion makes its final approach to RAAF Base Pearce in Perth, Australia. - (Richard Wainwright / Pool / The Associated Press)
In this Monday, March 24, 2014 photo, one engine of an RAAF AP-3C Orion is shut down to conserve fuel whilst in a holding pattern at altitude above the search site on what was to be an 11-hour search mission for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 over the Indian Ocean. - (Richard Wainwright / Pool / The Associated Press)
Relatives of Chinese passengers aboard the Malaysia Airlines, MH370 read out a statement calling for Malaysia Airlines and Malaysia's government to be held accountable after learning about the latest news in Beijing on Tuesday. - (Ng Han Guan / The Associated Press)
An office building is illuminated with lights displaying "Pray for MH370" in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on Monday. - (Vincent Thian / The Associated Press)
A sympathy message is displayed at the webpage of the Malaysia Airlines website, in Shah Alam, outside Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on Tuesday, after Malaysia's prime minister announced that data indicate the plane is believed to have crashed in the Indian Ocean. - (CP)

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