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Capt Zaharie Ahmad Shah (Left) and First Officer Fariq Abdul Hamid (Right)
BEIJING: "Alright, good night" were the last heard words from the missing Malaysian Airlines (MAS) flight MH370 - which were revealed for the first time at a meeting in Beijing on Wednesday morning between the Malaysian government and Chinese relatives.
The plane, carrying 239 passengers and crew in all including 153 Chinese nationals, have remained missing since Saturday 1.20am despite a massive international search operation involving Singapore.
He also asked family members to approach him privately anytime. - The Straits Times/ANN
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