A man attends a gathering as family members of passengers aboard Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, which went missing in 2014, wait to see a government official outside the foreign ministry in Beijing, China, March 8, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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The Australian government minister in charge of the suspended seabed search for the Malaysia Airlines jet told victims' families and friends at an anniversary church service Wednesday that he remained hopeful that Flight 370 would be found.Chester said before the service that he understood the frustration that many would feel on the anniversary of the tragedy that there was no longer an active search for the crash site.Jeanette Maguire, sister of passenger Catherine Lawton, said the relatives appreciated that the Australian government had invited them to such a memorial service.Australia's prime minister at the time of the tragedy, Tony Abbott, said in a newspaper interview last month that areas north and south of the searched zone should also be examined.
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