Wednesday, September 17, 2014   

(Flight MH370) Sister of New Zealand passenger condemns Malaysia
(03-27 15:07)

Relatives of the missing Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 have endured more than a fortnight of agonizing uncertainty.
Two-thirds of the passengers were from China, and relatives have condemned Malaysia’s bureaucrats, politicians and officials in acidic language, accusing the government and airline of a cover-up and botching the response.
The sister of New Zealand passenger Paul Weeks expressed her anger today.
“The whole situation has been handled appallingly, incredibly insensitively,'' Sara Weeks told Radio Live in New Zealand.
“The Malaysian government, the airline, it's just all been incredibly poor.''—AFP

   
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