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Still no sign of Malaysian jet lost in "unprecedented mystery"

A massive air and sea search now in its third day has failed to find any confirmed trace of a Malaysia Airlines Jetliner. Some distraught families wait in Beijing for news of flight MH370 which vanished early on Saturday. About two-thirds of the 227 passengers and 12 crew on board the missing aircraft were Chinese. Other nationalities included Malaysians, Indonesians, and Australians. All are presumed dead. The wife of one New Zealander on board has not yet told her son. (SOUNDBITE) (English) DANICA WEEKS, WIFE OF MH370 PASSENGER PAUL WEEKS SAYING: "I am just taking it minute by minute. I can't think beyond another minute. I've got two young kids and I've got a three year old who's asking 'when is Daddy going to Skype?' He's got a map on his wall where Daddy plotted where his Dad is going to be and so he looks and says 'when is Dad going to Skype? Will Daddy be there? When will he Skype?' So, luckily he is with friends at the moment but I will cross

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