Relatives of the 239 passengers who went missing on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 on March 8 are gathering in Malaysia to protest the country's handling of the search and demand an apology. The flight, which has officially been ruled a crash with no survivors, is believed to have ended in the South Indian Ocean off the coast of Perth, Australia. Australia's prime minister said Saturday he was hopeful a clue would emerge soon, and that the search effort was "intensifying" as ships located more objects that could be debris from the plane. None of the objects recovered so far, however, have been related.
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