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Malaysia withdraws MH370 reward offer as search ends

Malaysia withdraws MH370 reward offer as search ends

 The Malaysian Government has withdrawn its offer of a reward to find the Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 after the search for the missing aircraft officially ended on Monday.

Relatives of Flight 370 victims to meet Australian searchers

Relatives of some of the 239 passengers and crew lost in the missing Malaysia airliner will fly to Australia tomorrow in a quest to better understand developments in the search for wreckage and to find some closure more than two years after the tragedy, the daughter of a missing passenger said today.

'Don't abandon search for MH370,' plead families of victims

'Don't abandon search for MH370,' plead families of victims

Families of those lost on flight MH370 pleaded on Thursday for authorities to continue hunting for the Malaysia Airlines jet on the eve of a meeting that could decide how much longer the frustrating deep-sea search continues.

MH370 search: New debris found on Madagascar beach

MH370 search: New debris found on Madagascar beach

MH370, flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, had 239 people on board when it vanished in March 2014. The plane is presumed to have crashed in the ocean.

Debris reaches Australia for MH370 analysis

Debris reaches Australia for MH370 analysis

Two pieces of debris found in Mozambique have arrived in Australia for experts to determine if they came from missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, an official said.

Likely piece of doomed Flight MH370 found in Mozambique?

Likely piece of doomed Flight MH370 found in Mozambique?

A piece of wreckage from a Boeing 777, likely from Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 that mysteriously vanished nearly two years ago with 239 people, was found washed ashore on the coast of Mozambique, a media report today quoted a US official as saying.

Malaysia Airlines has `work to do` fixing image: CEO

Malaysia Airlines, which was already haemorrhaging cash in the face of intense competition, has "got a lot of work to do" recovering from the disappearance of MH370, its CEO said Monday.