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    24 April 2014
    President Barack Obama heads to Malaysia this weekend, where the host government's handling of the disappearance of the Malaysia Airways flight have drawn international attention - and criticism. But even critics note that Malaysia has successfully used its diplomatic connections to cobble together a vast multinational search effort, in which both the US and China have features prominently. Mahi Ramakrishnan reports from Kuala Lumpur.

    Obama Visits Malaysia Following MH370 Criticisms

    Published 25.04.2014

    President Barack Obama heads to Malaysia this weekend, where the host government's handling of the disappearance of the Malaysia Airways flight have drawn international attention - and criticism. But even critics note that Malaysia has successfully used its diplomatic connections to cobble together a vast multinational search effort, in which both the US and China have features prominently. Mahi Ramakrishnan reports from Kuala Lumpur.


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