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With chants of "tell us the truth" families of missing passengers from the Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 are demanding answers with mounting anger.
The recovery teams are quickly losing their best opportunity to find the plane. They have to find what is left of it to have any chance of understanding what really happened.
After a day when there were no further sightings of possible wreckage from Malaysian Airlines flight 370, the extent of the challenge in trying to recover the plane and black boxes is becoming clear.
Last night Malaysia's transport minister told me flight MH370's data communication system had been deliberately disabled before the last verbal communication from the aircraft.
Six days after the disappearance of flight 370, the awkward truth is that we are no closer to discovering what happened to this sophisticated jetliner and the 239 people on board.
The head of Malaysia's aviation authority called the disappearance of flight 370 an "unprecedented mystery" - on Tuesday the puzzle got even more perplexing.
No one gets to decide where they are born, but if people had the power to choose, no one would want to be a Rohingya from north-west Burma.