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LIVE: Malaysian PM press briefing on #MH370
Publish Date: Mar 24, 2014
LIVE: Malaysian PM press briefing on #MH370
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LIVE UPDATE
 
4.45pm: Australian TV reports that families of #MH370 passengers asked to attend briefing in Beijing at 10pm.
 
4.30PM Uganda time: Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said on Monday he would hold a press conference at 10:00 pm (1400 GMT. 5.00PM EAT), after authorities indicated they were close to retrieving suspected debris from missing flight MH370.
 
"I will be making a statement on #MH370 at 10pm Malaysian tonight," Najib said on his Twitter feed.
 
LIVE UPDATE via TWITTER
  

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