Two relatives of passengers missing on Malaysia Airlines MH370, reads hold placards during a gathering of relatives outside the Lama Temple in Beijing on March 8, 2016. / AFP / GREG BAKER
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Malaysia and Australia said they remained "hopeful" of solving the mystery of flight MH370 as the second anniversary of the plane's disappearance arrived Tuesday with no end in sight for devastated families.The anniversary will be marked in Malaysia with the release of a progress report by investigators probing the baffling case, but it remained unclear whether it would contain any new revelations.Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said authorities conducting a painstaking and still-fruitless search for a crash site in the Indian Ocean remain committed to solving the "agonizing mystery". Malaysia's parliament observed a minute's silence for the anniversary but there were otherwise no major public events in the country.Scores and perhaps hundreds of next-of-kin have filed lawsuits seeking damages in recent days in the United States, Malaysia, China, Australia and elsewhere, while others have accepted undisclosed settlements, say attorneys.
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