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Wife has 'hope' for husband on missing Malaysian plane

10 March 2014 Last updated at 14:18 GMT

A woman whose husband was on board the missing Malaysia Airlines plane has said she still has hope he is alive.

Paul Weeks from Perth, Australia, was on his way to begin a "dream job" in Mongolia when the plane vanished.

His wife, Danica, said she was trying to stay strong for their two young sons but the situation was very "surreal."

Ms Weeks told BBC Radio 5 live's Shelagh Fogarty: "I've still got hope he's out there somewhere... It's just a waiting game that is going on and on."

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