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Rodney and Mary Burrows were among the six Australians on board the missing Malaysia Airlines flight.
Journalists wait for a news conference regarding the missing Malaysian Airlines flight at a hotel in Beijing.
A Malaysian man who says he has relatives on board the missing Malaysian Airlines plane,
talks to journalists at Beijing's International Airport Beijing, China, Saturday, March 8, 2014.
Chinese women, relatives of passengers aboard a missing plane, walk past the media outside a room at a hotel in Beijing,
China Saturday, March 8, 2014. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
A fishing boat is anchored near a local naval base at Phu Quoc island, in the waters off southern Vietnam,
where a Malaysian Airlines jet was presumed lost. Photo by LE QUANG NHAT/AFP/Getty Images
Almost 20 family members of several passengers of MH370 Malaysia Airlines plane arrives at the KLIA. Pix by Abd Rahim Rahmat
Prime Minister Datuk Sri Najib Razak (centre) arrives at the holding area for family and friends of passengers aboard missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370,
at Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Sepang March 8, 2014. — Reuters pic
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A relative of a passenger aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 cries at Beijing International Airport on March 8, 2014. (Photo: Feng Li, Getty Images)
Malaysia Airlines regional senior vice president of China, Joshua Law Kok Hwa, speaks at a conference regarding
the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 in Beijing. (Photo: ChinaFotoPress via Getty Images)
Perth-based father Paul Weeks, originally from New Zealand, is also missing. Source: Supplied
Waiting for news ... Chrisman Siregar, right, shows a portrait of his son Firman who was one of the passengers on board the Malaysia Airlines plane. Picture: AP Source: AP
Family members of those onboard the missing Malaysia Airlines flight walk into the waiting area at Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Sepang March 8, 2014. — Reuters pic
A woman displays the driver's licence of a friend who may be a passenger on board the missing Malaysia Airlines flight at a hotel in Beijing, on March 8, 2014. -- PHOTO: AFP
A distraught woman whose husband was aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 is assisted at a Beijing hotel as she and other relatives and friends
await information on their loved ones. JASON LEE/Reuters
Family members look at a wedding album of Norliakmar Hamid and Razahan Zamani, passengers on a missing Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200 plane, as they anxiously
wait for news early Saturday morning in Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia and Vietnam are leading a search for the lost jet. MOHD RASFAN/AFP/Getty Images
Family members of those onboard the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 cry at a hotel in Putrajaya. Photo: Reuters
Members of a Special Assistance Team from Malaysia (wearing blue vests) arrive at a hotel where relatives of passengers of a
missing Malaysia Airlines plane are meeting in Beijing, China. Photo: EPA
Arni Marlina, a family member of a passenger onboard the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, cries at a hotel in Putrajaya. Photo: Reuters
Muhammad Razahan Zamani (bottom right), 24, and his wife Norli Akmar Hamid, 33, were on their honeymoon on the missing flight.
The phone is being held by his stepsister, Arni Marlina
Catherine and Robert Lawton of Springfield Lakes, with their grandchildren. Photo: Facebook
Paul Weeks was on his way to Mongolia to start a new job. Photo: Supplied
An upset relative of a passenger of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 approaches an official at a hotel in Putrajaya. Photo: Reuters
A Chinese relative of passengers aboard a missing Malaysia Airlines plane speaks to the media outside a holding room at a hotel in Beijing. Photo: AP
An information screen shows "Let us pray for Flight MH370" at Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Sepang, outside Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Photo: AP
A view of oil slicks (pale line near the bottom right) spotted in an area of the South China Sea about 100 nautical miles (185 km) from Tok Bali Beach in Malaysia's Kelantan state March 9, 2014. The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency said it is investigating the oil slicks to determine if they could have come from a missing Malaysia Airlines plane. The missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner may have
turned back from its scheduled route before vanishing from radar screens, military officers said on Sunday, deepening the mystery surrounding the fate of the plane and the 239 people aboard. REUTERS/Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency/Handout via Reuters
Map shows where missing plane departed, scheduled to land, the intended path and where it disappeared.
A Vietnamese airforce aircraft AN-26 sits on the taxi way at an airforce base before heading out to the sea area between Vietnam and Malaysia where a Malaysian airliner vanished, in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Sunday, 9 March 2014. Military radar indicates that the missing Boeing 777 jet may have turned back, Malaysia's air force chief said Sunday as scores of ships and aircraft from across Asia resumed a hunt for the plane and its 239 passengers. (AP Photo/Na Son Nguyen)
Family members of passengers aboard a missing plane cry at a hotel in Putrajaya, Malaysia, Sunday, March 9, 2014. Military radar indicates that the missing Boeing 777 jet of Malaysia Airlines
may have turned back, Malaysia’s air force chief said Sunday as scores of ships and aircraft from across Asia resumed a hunt for the plane and its 239 passengers. (AP Photo)
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