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Relatives of Chinese passengers from missing flight MH 370 have traveled to Kuala Lumpur to seek answers from Malaysian authorities. The family members say they have not been given enough information and want to meet Malaysia’s prime minister face to face.
Meanwhile, the international search for the plane has concluded for the day. Ten aircraft and eight ships were deployed in the Southern Indian Ocean including an Australian vessel equipped with a U.S. made black box detector.
People in Turkey are casting their votes in local elections that are being seen as an unofficial referendum on the Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan; seen here casting his vote. Those elections and votes are due to end soon.
Tens of thousands of people have been protesting in Taiwan against a controversial trade agreement with China. The country’s president insists the deal will bring economic benefits.