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BEIJING: About 96 per cent of the claims submitted by the Chinese next-of-kin of passengers on board the missing flight MH370 has been reimbursed by the Malaysia Airlines (MAS).
KUALA LUMPUR: Acting Transport Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein said Petronas displayed no hesitation to find new assets for the search of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, which entered its 47th day, and that the oil and gas company did not talk about dollars and cents.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has established an independent international investigation team to evaluate, investigate and determine the actual cause for the missing Malaysia Airline flight MH370.
PERTH: Australia and Malaysia vowed today to keep searching for a missing Malaysian plane despite no sign of wreckage after almost seven weeks, and as bad weather again grounded aircraft and an undersea drone neared the end of its first full mission.
PERTH: With the focused underwater search area for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 already 80 per cent completed, the public, what more the next-of-kin of the ill-fated aircraft passengers and crew, are waiting with bated breath on the next move in the ongoing search operation in the southern Indian Ocean.