Malaysia Airlines Asks Flight 370 Relatives To Go Home

Malaysia Airlines Asks Flight 370 Relatives To Go Home
(Undated) -- The Malaysian government is encouraging Malaysia Airlines to stay in touch with grieving families of Flight 370 passengers.
That's Malaysia's acting transport minister. The airline announced Thursday it was closing the family assistance centers it had set up after the airliner vanished. The Boeing 777 disappeared on March 8th with 239 people aboard. The airline says hotel accommodations for the families will end by next week and they are being advised to receive information updates "within the comfort of their own homes."
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Malaysia's transport minister does not believe a private company found items from Flight 370 in the Bay of Bengal.
Malaysia's transport minister says they've always tried to be transparent.
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