Chinese relatives of passengers on the missing Malaysia Airliner recently went ballistic.
During a meeting today between Malaysian officials and the Chinese relatives in Beijing, China, three people threw water bottles at the officials and yelled, "Tell us the truth" (video below).
According to the Daily Mail, people asked exactly what the Malaysian military knew about the missing airlines.
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Malaysian military officials have claimed they have seen images of what might be the plane on radar recordings that show the airliner possibly turning west, reports The Telegraph.
However, the government of Malaysia has refused to share its radar records and turned down offers by foreign countries, including the U.S., to help with the search of the missing plane.