Families Devastated as Search for Flight 370 Continues

Beijing Family Reaction to Flight 370 News
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak has confirmed that Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 ended in the southern Indian Ocean. This has been particularly devastating for friends and families of passengers. CCTV’s Teressa Siu reports from Beijing.

After the Malaysian prime minister’s announcement, more questions about Flight 370 remain. CCTV’s Barnaby Lo reports from Kuala Lumpur.

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The search continues off Australia’s western coast, though it has been disrupted by a tropical cyclone. CCTV’s Tony Cheng reports from Perth.

How will families of Flight 370 passengers overcome their grief? Anchor Mike Walter is joined by Clinical Psychologist Ann Rosen Spector to discuss the emotional recovery process in the face of such loss.

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What information is missing about Malaysia Airlines Flight 370? CCTV’s Nathan King reports on the myriad of developments in the investigation.

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Where does the investigation of Flight 370 go from here? Anchor Mike Walter is joined by Matt Robinson, a member of the International Society of Air Safety Investigators, to evaluate the official reports on Flight 370.

To better understand the technology that Malaysian investigators are relying upon in the search for Flight 370, anchor Mike Walter is joined by Seth Kaplan, editor of Airline Weekly.

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For analysis on some of the obstacles search crews may face, anchor Mike Walter is joined by Andy Sherrell, Chief Analyst with Sherrell Offshore Services and an expert in wreckage detection and recovery.

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