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    Families Wait for Word on Vanished Malaysia Flighti
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    William Ide
    March 08, 2014 5:43 PM
    Vietnamese rescue planes searching for a missing Malaysia Airlines jet spotted two large oil slicks in the area where the aircraft vanished. VOA's Bill Ide has the latest from Beijing, where passengers' relatives gathered. ((NARRATOR))

    Families Wait for Word on Vanished Malaysia Flight

    Published March 08, 2014

    Vietnamese rescue planes searching for a missing Malaysia Airlines jet spotted two large oil slicks in the area where the aircraft vanished. VOA's Bill Ide has the latest from Beijing, where passengers' relatives gathered. ((NARRATOR))


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    by: Anushree from: India
    March 14, 2014 11:23 PM
    rescue operations should seriously gear up! After all, it's not a plane, there is a whole world missing for the loved ones waiting! We all are praying!

    by: lu from: beijing
    March 08, 2014 10:36 PM
    1. It is great possible that terrorism involved in this accident.
    2. Terrorists interrupted the communication system.