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Missing Plane: Families Angry At Wait For News
Three days since flight MH370 went missing and relatives in Beijing are becoming increasingly upset, frustrated and angry.
Many have gathered at a hotel near the airport waiting for updates - updates which are few and far between and offer little new information.
After one media briefing, a sobbing woman was seen running down a corridor, a friend trying to comfort her.
Other relatives have shouted at airline officials, even throwing plastic bottles.
Many are angry with Malaysia Airlines for the lack of information but there is anger, too, with the Chinese authorities, with some saying they want senior government officials to visit them.
But it is the not knowing which is so hard.
Psychologist Paul Yin, who has been working with some of the relatives, said many are clinging on to a "thin ray of hope" that their loved ones are still alive.
"Whether they believe it to be realistic or not, most of them are not letting it go," he said.
Other relatives have taken to social media, desperately hoping for positive news.
Maira Elizabeth Nari, the daughter of chief steward Andrew Nari, wrote on Twitter: "God, the only thing I want is my father. Nothing but my father. I want my father back."
The airline has now brought teams of carers to be with the relatives as they wait.
It is also helping process passport and visa applications for those who want to go to Malaysia.
But even that has come under fire from some family members.
Guo Qishun, whose son-in-law was on the missing plane, said: "We don't want to go to Malaysia now.
"We are in China and the Malaysia Airlines people still treat us with such a bad attitude. If we go to Malaysia, will they take care of us? I doubt it."
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