Malaysia Airlines offers $5k to families; search continues

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BEIJING – What’s the price of a human life? Malaysia Airlines says $5,000. That’s what they have offered to pay families as compensation for each person lost on missing flight 370.

But family members of those lost say: “Return our relatives.” Linking arms, protestors marched on the Malaysian embassy in Beijing demanding truth.

“There is no evidence. If you find something, OK! We accept,” said one protestor.

On Monday, it was officially declared that the Boeing 777 crashed in the Indian Ocean and no one survived. But other than data, there’s no physical proof of what happened.

While families search for truth, crews continue to search for answers. They have now deployed an underwater vessel that is hunting deep into the sea.

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