The Australian parliament held a minute of silence for the crew and passengers of the missing Malaysia Airlines jet, as the search for debris continued on Wednesday.
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.
Both co-deputies of the Australian Greens have resigned within a week of each other for holding foreign citizenship. The progressive environmental party has been thrown into disarray.
After nearly three years, the hunt for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 has ended. Crews from Australia, Malaysia and China completed their deep-sea search in the Indian Ocean without finding a trace of the plane.
In a DW interview, K.S. Narendran, whose wife was aboard the Malaysia Airlines plane MH370, expresses his dismay at the abandonment of the search for the missing aircraft. He says the families still need answers.
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