Angry relatives slam Malaysian government ‘accident’ declaration

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Angry relatives slam Malaysian government ‘accident’ declaration

Traumatized relatives of those aboard missing flight MH370 Friday, January 30, blasted the Malaysian government for declaring the passengers and crew dead without evidence of the plane’s fate, and rejected compensation offers. Malaysian authorities a day earlier had said they were now classifying the unexplained disappearance of the plane as an “accident” under global aviation conventions and said for the first time that all 239 on board were presumed dead. But relatives in both Malaysia and China – two-thirds of the passengers were Chinese nationals – rejected that declaration.

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