Investigators are no closer to finding the missing Malaysia Airlines plane with 239 people, mostly Chinese, aboard. China's frustrations are mounting at the lack of concrete leads in the search for the plane.
Europe's rail giants have joined forces with a Malaysian firm to bid for a train project connecting Malaysia and Singapore. Together, they want to take on Asian rivals like China's state-owned CRRC.
Following a fruitless search by Australia, China and Malaysia in January 2017, Malaysia is hoping a US company can find MH370. The priority of the search is to locate the wreckage and find the black box recorders.
A report on the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 says the ongoing mystery over plane's fate is "unacceptable" and "almost inconceivable" in the modern era. The jet had 239 people onboard when it vanished in 2014.
Relatives of passengers of the crashed Boeing 777 flight are traveling to Madagascar in hopes of finding the plane's debris. The aircraft was carrying 239 passengers when it crashed into the Indian Ocean in March 2014.
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