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MH370 families seek answers

A man whose relative was aboard Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is surrounded by policemen near the Malaysian embassy in Beijing as protesting relatives scuffle briefly with police who stopped them from entering a road leading to the embassy August 7, 2015. Angry relatives of Chinese passengers aboard a Malaysia Airlines plane missing for more than a year clashed with police in Beijing as French officials extended the search for debris on remote Indian Ocean island beaches.
Bao Lanfang (C), whose son, daughter-in-law and 3-year-old granddaughter were aboard MH370, kneels down in front of media before she and other family members express their demands to Malaysia Airlines outside its Beijing office August 6, 2015. Investigators on the French-governed island of Reunion have collected a piece of wing that Malaysia has said came from Flight MH370, the first real clue in one of the greatest mysteries in aviation history.
People whose relatives were aboard MH370 kneel and cry in front of the media near the Malaysian embassy in Beijing after they scuffled briefly with police who stopped them from entering a road leading to the embassy August 7, 2015. The placard reads, "Mom is always here waiting for you, never will give up". MH370, a Boeing 777, disappeared on March 8, 2014, en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 passengers and crew on board, most of them Chinese.
People whose relatives were aboard MH370 kneel in front of the media near the Malaysian embassy in Beijing after they scuffled briefly with police who stopped them from entering a road leading to the embassy August 7, 2015. The discovery of the piece of wing, known as a flaperon, on a Reunion beach was the first piece of direct evidence that the plane had crashed into the sea but distraught family members in China said they wanted clearer answers and have accused Malaysia of withholding information.
Zhang Yongli (C), whose daughter was aboard MH370 shouts after protesting relatives scuffled briefly with police who stopped them from entering a road leading to the Malaysian embassy in Beijing August 7, 2015. "Malaysia, find the passengers," the protesters chanted. Some carried signs that said: "Malaysia hides the truth, Malaysia delays the search".
A woman whose relative was aboard MH370 holds placard after police stopped protesting relatives from entering a road leading to the Malaysian embassy in Beijing August 7, 2015. Malaysia said on Thursday paint colour and a maintenance seal were matches for MH370, although French authorities have stopped short of declaring a definitive match.
A man whose relative was aboard MH370 breaks into tears after protesting relatives scuffled briefly with police in Beijing August 7, 2015. Malaysian Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai said he understood relatives wanted to know what had happened to their loved ones. "They are anxious, and were also looking for answers," Liow told 
A woman whose relative was aboard MH370 holds a placard as she and other family members express their demands to Malaysia Airlines outside its Beijing office August 6, 2015. France said it was ramping up its search along the coast of Reunion after additional debris, including a plane window and aluminium foil were found. None of the new debris appeared to have come from MH370, a spokesman for Australian Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss said. 
Relatives of passengers who were aboard MH370 push policemen as they try to enter the building where the Malaysia Airlines office is located, in Beijing August 5, 2015. Brian Alexander, a lawyer with U.S. firm Kreindler & Kreindler LLC, which represents 48 families of MH370 passengers from around the world, said the flaperon alone would be unlikely to present enough evidence to inform a legal case about the cause of the crash.

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