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  China asks Malaysia to provide more info as search for MH370 expands
Search and rescue remain the top priority, Li said, adding that China has dispatched more than 10 specialized vessels to search relevant sea waters, deployed multiple planes and 21 satellites to assist the hunt, and also asked Chinese commercial ships traversing the areas to help.
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  Malaysia asks more countries for assistance, expertise
The Malaysian government is seeking assistance and expertise from more countries in the ongoing search and rescue operation for the missing jet liner, acting Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein told a press conference here Monday.
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  Chinese satellite images show possible floating objects
The objects were observed in waters between Malaysia and Vietnam. All previous reports of debris since Flight MH-370 disappeared have proved to be unrelated to the plane. Some 10 Chinese satellites have been used to help the search and rescue operation.
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  No solid clues found after more than 90 hours of missing flight
According to the Chinese navy, another warship is expected to reach the area on Wednesday morning, and a depot ship has been ordered to prepare for moving into the Gulf of Thailand to replenish the searching vessels.
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  Malaysia tracked missing jet to west coast
Malaysia's military believes a jetliner missing for almost four days turned and flew hundreds of kilometres to the west after it last made contact with civilian air traffic control off the country's east coast, a senior officer told Reuters on Tuesday.
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  Malaysian Airlines flight.Chinese joint working group arrives in Malaysia
Guo Shaochun (R), head of a joint working group in charge of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight incident, arrives at the International Airport of Kuala Lumpur in Sepang, Malaysia, on March 10, 2014. Chinese government sent a working group Monday morning to Malaysia for handling the aftermath of the missing Malaysian Airlines flight.
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  Vietnamese search teams find no sign of missing Malaysian jetliner: official
Search teams had found no trace of a missing Malaysian jetliner almost three days after it lost contact with air traffic control, a senior Vietnamese official said Monday. A life jacket-like object, spotted at sea by a commercial plane from Hong Kong earlier in the day, turned out to be unrelated to Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, Deputy Transport Minister Pham Quy Tieu said.
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  Xi Jinping and Li Keqiang order all-out emergency measures
Chinese President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang have called for all-out emergency measures to help deal with aftermath of the missing Beijing-bound Malaysian flight.
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  Malaysia Airlines hold press conference in Beijing on missing flight
Malaysia Airlines hold press conference in Beijing on missing flight.Representatives of the Malaysia Airlines bow to the media before the press conference in Beijing on missing flight MH 370 on March 9, 2014.
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  Chinese warships on way to sea area where missing Malaysia Airline flight may have crashed
Two warships of the Chinese navy, "Jinggangshan" and "Mianyang", are on their way to sea area where missing Malaysia Airline flight MH 370 may have crashed, navy sources said.
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  China very worried over missing Beijing-bound plane: FM
A Malaysian passenger plane carrying 239 people has lost contact with air traffic control after leaving Malaysia's capital Kuala Lumpur, the carrier said Saturday.
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  Malaysian passenger plane with 239 people aboard loses contact
"The flight was carrying 227 passengers (including two infants), 12 crew members," the airline said in a statement posted on its website."Malaysia Airlines is currently working with the authorities who have activated their search and rescue team to locate the aircraft," the airline said.
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