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Search for missing plane continues as vigils goes on

It's become all too routine. Search planes looking for Flight 370 return home with no sighting of the missing Malaysia Airline plane. It's believed to have gone down in the southern Indian Ocean March 8. Another scene repeated almost every day. Transport officials telling the families of the 239 people on board that the search for the plane will go on for as long as it takes. (SOUNDBITE) (English) MALAYSIAN ACTING TRANSPORT MINISTER, HISHAMMUDDIN HUSSEIN, SAYING: "We find ourselves in difficult position and I repeat: the question families principally want answered is the question we simply do not have the answer to; namely, where their loved ones are and where is MH370." So the families do one of the only things they can do. More than 100 Chinese relatives of the missing passengers have kept vigil at this Beijing hotel for over three weeks. Praying, but also voicing their anger over the handling of the investigation. (SOUNDBIT

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