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Missing Malaysian plane: Relatives in China vent anger

25 April 2014 Last updated at 12:16 BST

Almost seven weeks have passed since flight MH370 disappeared en route to Beijing.

The relatives of many of the missing Chinese passengers have spent that time at a Beijing hotel, anxiously waiting for information.

But last night, they left the hotel en masse and marched to the nearby Malaysian Embassy. They are now refusing to leave the area outside the embassy gates.

Our correspondent Celia Hatton explains what sparked their anger.

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