A file picture taken on March 13, 2014 shows a Malaysia Airlines plane on the tarmac at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) in Sepang. AFP PHOTO / MOHD RASFAN /FILES
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Malaysia's transport minister Thursday vowed to take stern action against an air traffic control supervisor if it is confirmed that he was asleep on the job when Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 disappeared a year ago.In one conversation four hours after the plane disappeared, a Kuala Lumpur air traffic controller told a Malaysia Airlines official that he would need to wake up his supervisor when pressed on the exact time of the last contact with the plane. The controller came on duty after the plane vanished.Liow said a tripartite meeting involving ministers from Australia, Malaysia and China -- where most of the passengers are from -- would take place in Kuala Lumpur next month to discuss the next step.
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