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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Relatives of some of the 239 passengers and crew on missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 called Monday for more of its possible debris to be examined to define a new search area.Malaysia, China and Australia agreed in July that the search in the southern Indian Ocean would be suspended after the current 120,000-square kilometer (46,000-square mile) expanse has been thoroughly examined with deep sea sonar equipment in the absence of credible new evidence that identified the plane's location.Eight relatives of lost passengers who met with Australian officials coordinating the search on behalf of Malaysia expressed frustration that they were not given a definition of what constituted credible new evidence that would result in a continuation of the search.Malaysia has yet to collect other potential debris that Blaine has found washed up on Madagascar since June and handed to authorities there.
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