Families of the victims of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 are urging authorities to continue the search for the missing jet beyond the slated end in two weeks. “We’re at the final lap within these two weeks,” Malaysia’s transport minister, Liow Tiong Lai, said Friday of the missing Boeing 777, which took off from a Kuala Lumpur airport bound for Beijing nearly three years ago. Liow added that the current search area is based on “assumptions” rather than “credible clues.” The 120,000-square-kilometer search zone in the Indian Ocean off of Australia’s west coast has been almost fully scanned with no results. A team of scientists delivered a report to the Australian authorities leading the search that they believe the plane is located in a smaller zone north of the current search area, as The Daily Beast’s Clive Irving reported.
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