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Relatives of Flight 370 victims protest in China

Relatives of passengers on missing Flight 370 protested outside Malaysia’s embassy in Beijing on Tuesday.
Relatives of passengers on missing Flight 370 protested outside Malaysia’s embassy in Beijing on Tuesday. AFP/Getty Images

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KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — As frustration over the fate of Flight 370 mounted and gale-force winds delayed the search in rough and remote seas off western Australia, angry relatives shouted ‘‘Liars!’’ in the streets of Beijing, dismissing Malaysia’s declaration that the plane went down with all aboard.

The weather had improved by Wednesday morning, when a total of 12 planes and two ships from the United States, China, Japan, South Korea, Australia, and New Zealand were scheduled to resume the hunt in a vast expanse of the southern Indian Ocean.

The bad weather forced a daylong delay Tuesday by search planes searching for any pieces of the Malaysia Airlines jet — tangible evidence for the families seeking closure after more than two weeks of anguished uncertainty.

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