Sunday, December 21, 2014   

(Flight MH370) Beijing makes urgent appeal for info from Malaysia
(03-14 17:44)

China has urged Malaysia to release any information it has regarding the missing Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 to help narrow the search area.
Friday's appeal by the Foreign Ministry reflects growing frustration among Chinese officials over mixed and conflicting information about the plane, which vanished nearly a week ago with 239 people aboard.
A Foreign Ministry spokesman, Hong Lei, said at a news briefing that Beijing “urgently appeals'' for any information regarding the search.
Hong said that would “help all sides in the search to make their search more effective and accurately targeted.''—AP



   
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