MH370 crash: Australia waives visa fees for passengers' families


MELBOURNE: Australia will waive visa fees for the families of the passengers of a lost Malaysian airliner if they wish to visit the country, Prime Minister Tony Abbott (pic) told the Federal Parliament Tuesday.

He said the fees would be waived for the families of passengers on the flight that went down in the southern Indian Ocean off Western Australia.

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