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Missing Plane Mystery: Faces Of Flight MH370
It is 11 days since Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 disappeared in the night and investigators appear no closer to knowing the fate of the passengers and crew on board.
The names of the 239 people currently missing are listed in black and white in the plane's manifest.
But these colour photos show the faces of those who were on the flight.
There were 14 different nationalities among the 227 passengers and 12 crew travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, although the majority - 153 in all - were Chinese.
Other passengers came from the United States, Canada, Indonesia, Iran, Australia, India, France, New Zealand, Ukraine, Russia, Taiwan and the Netherlands.
The youngest is two, the oldest 76. Seven of the passengers are children, five of whom are yet to see their fifth birthdays.
On board the plane were sons, daughters, husbands, wives and grandparents. Some were embarking on a new start, others returning home.
They included a famous stuntman, engineers, artists, Buddhist pilgrims, students, holidaymakers and honeymooners.
These are some of their stories:
:: The husband and wife returning to their sons
Muktesh Mukherjee and Xiaomo Bai were heading home to Beijing after a beach holiday in Vietnam.
Ms Bai, 37, had posted pictures of their break shortly before boarding the flight.
The couple's two young sons were waiting for them at home with Ms Bai's mother.
Mr Muktesh, 42, an Indian-born Canadian employed by US firm XCoal, met his wife while on a business trip to China in 2002.
They lived in Montreal before moving to Beijing.
:: The Hollywood stuntman
Ju Kun's kung fu moves have featured in films such as Fearless, where he doubled for martial arts actor Jet Li, and The Expendables.
The 35-year-old was travelling to Beijing to see his two young children before starting work on the new Netflix and Weinstein Company series Marco Polo in Malaysia.
In a statement, Weinstein said: "He was an integral part of our production team and a tremendous talent. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family at this difficult time."
:: Teen lovers
French students Hadrien Wattrelos, 17, and Zhao Yan, 18, were heading for school in Beijing.
They had enrolled themselves in the Lycee Francais International de Pekin, also known as the French School.
Hadrien posted a picture of himself and Ms Zhao on a social media site, accompanied with the phrase: "Je t'aime."
Ms Zhao replied: "Haaaaaa mon amour, trooooop mignon."
Two other passengers on the flight, Laurence Wattrelos, 52, and Ambre Wattrelos, 14, are believed to be Hadrien's mother and sister.
:: The student studying in Hull
Yue Wenchao, 26, is originally from inner Mongolia but had moved to the UK to study a postgraduate course at the University of Hull Business School.
He was flying to Kuala Lumpur to visit his girlfriend.
In one of his last posts on a social media site on March 7, he wrote next to a photo of her: "See u in Beijing!"
:: The New Zealander
Paul Weeks, a mechanical engineer, left his wedding ring and watch at home when he headed to Mongolia for a work trip.
The devoted father instructed his wife, Danica, to pass them on to his two sons, three-year-old Lincoln and 10-month-old Jack, "should anything happen".
Danica, who lives in Perth, Australia, says the hardest part of the ordeal is explaining Paul's absence to their two children.
:: The Australian travel-lovers
Bob and Cathy Lawton loved to travel.
The couple, who are in their fifties and from Springfield Lakes, Australia, are parents to three daughters, as well as doting grandparents.
Cathy's last Facebook post before embarking on their latest adventure read: "Off to China."
:: The father and child
Hu Xiaoning, 34, was travelling home to Beijing with his three-year-old daughter Hu Siwan.
Proud mum Zhang Na has been an active user of China's microblogging site Weibo, regularly posting family photos.