Stakes Heighten and the Search Continues for MH370

MH370

Hishammuddin Hussein Malaysian Minister of Defense and Acting Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein (C) delivers his statement as Malindo chief executive officer Chandran Rama Muthy (L) and Director General of Civil Aviation Department (DCA) Azharuddin Abdul Rahman (R) listen during the update on the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 at the Putra World Trade Center (PWTC) in Kuala Lumpur on March 26, 2014. Malaysia drew criticism on March 25 for its announcement that the missing passenger jet had been lost at sea, even before any wreckage was found. AFP PHOTO / MOHD RASFAN

By air and by sea, the search for debris from the missing Malaysian jetliner is continuing. 9 aircraft and 8 ships searched off the coast of Western Australia Sunday while angry relatives continue to demand answers from Malaysian authorities. Tony Cheng reports.
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China has sent one of its largest rescue ships, the Haixun Zero, to help in the hunt for the missing jet. CCTV’s Ying Yiyuan reports.

Several dozen relatives of Chinese passengers arrived in Kuala Lumpur Sunday, demanding once again that Malaysian officials provide answers about the missing flight. CCTV’s Andy Saputra reports.

Malaysia has come under fire from the families for its handling of this crisis. In Beijing on Sunday, they demanded evidence that flight 370 crashed into the sea. Earlier this week, Malaysia’s Defense Minister Hishammuddin Hussein defended his country’s response by declaring that “history will judge us well.’ CCTV’s James Chau reports.