Mar. 22 - Families of some of the Chinese passengers vent their anger against Malaysian officials over missing plane as new satellite image emerges. Paul Chapman reports
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Families of some of Chinese passengers aboard missing flight MH370 have gathered together in Beijing to wait for news.
On Saturday their frustration spilled over again into an angry backlash against Malaysian officials they believe have mishandled the search.
(SOUNDBITE)(English0 UNIDENTIFIED FAMILY MEMBER SAYING:
"We are here waiting for you 14 days. We want to know what happened, what's the reality. We not here only listen to you, we want to ask you (questions)."
The Malaysian officials left the briefing without answering any questions.
The angry relatives believe the Malaysian government is covering up information about the fate of the plane and its 239 passengers and crew, and delaying recalibration of the search.
Malaysia's transport minister said on Saturday that China now had more satellite images from the southern Indian Ocean.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) MALAYSIAN TRANSPORT MINISTER, HISHAMMUDDIN HUSSEIN, SAYING:
"The news that I just received is that the Chinese ambassador received satellite image of floating objects in the southern corridor and they will be sending ships to verify."
This is the latest Chinese satellite images that could provide a lead.
As with other such images, there's nothing yet to say that what it shows is linked to the missing plane
The search planes returned to an air force base near Perth on Saturday at the end of another long day
They start again on Sunday with little to go on but hope as the hunt for flight MH370 enters its third week.
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