Malaysia appears to be giving up more control over the search and rescue mission for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. While Acting Transport Minister Hishammudin Hussein says overall coordination of the efforts is still in the hands of his country, “our partners have taken on an increasing role within the search sectors.” The search has not resulted in any findings yet. Hussein and his government have been criticized for how the search effort has been handled so far, in particular ...
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