A Chinese relative of passengers onboard the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 weeps during a news conference at The Holiday Villa in Subang Jaya March 30, 2014. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
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Dozens of relatives of Chinese passengers on a missing Malaysia Airlines flight arrived Sunday in Kuala Lumpur to demand answers about the plane's fate, with some calling for an apology from Malaysia's government.Thirty-nine family members of 18 passengers arrived seeking answers, said the airline's commercial director Hugh Dunleavy.Among the passengers were 153 Chinese -- their grieving families have accused Malaysia of incompetence over the search and of hiding information about the fate of the Boeing 777 .Several other Chinese family members have been in Malaysia since shortly after the plane lost contact with air traffic controllers.
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