25 March 2014 17:45 | By Ng Jie Ying
Families of MH370 passengers protest at Malaysian embassy

Dissatisfied with the replies from Malaysia, relatives of passengers onboard Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 protest as they head to the Malaysian Embassy from Lido hotel in Beijing.



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Following Malaysian Prime Pinister Najib Razak's shocking announcement late Monday evening, concluding that the missing MH370 plane is 'lost' without survivors, the Group Chief Executive Officer of Malaysia Airlines Ahmad Jauhari Yahya held a press conference today to answer more questions from the media. However, many were disappointed at the answers they could provide and many relatives of the Chinese passengers onboard was left extremely dissatisfied.

The angry relatives of the Chinese passengers staged a protest today outside the Malaysian Embassy, demanding an explanation from the airline and accusing the government in Kuala Lumpur of "cheating" them. The Chinese characters on the board (front) read, "MH370 don't let us wait too long".

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