MH370 search: Relatives reject Malaysia’s conclusions on MH370


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  • Wednesday, 23 Apr 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: Relatives of Flight MH370 passengers have denounced the Malaysian Government’s suggestion that it would soon look into issuing death certificates for those on board despite absence of proof that the plane crashed with no survivors.

The statement, issued in response to a weekend briefing that Malaysian officials gave to families in Kuala Lumpur, also called for a review of satellite data that Malaysia says indicates the plane likely crashed somewhere in the Indian Ocean.

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