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Relatives of passengers aboard a missing Malaysia Airlines plane waited anxiously for news on Monday.
Searchers for the missing airliner scanned the waters off the northeastern coast of Malaysia from the air.
As relatives grappled with fading hope, attention focused on how two men managed to board the plane with stolen passports.
Malaysia's Civil aviation chief Azharuddin Abdul Rahman said authorities were looking into the stolen passports.
Chinese relatives of passengers aboard the missing Malaysia Airlines plane watched TV news at a hotel room in Beijing.
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