March 23, 2014

Could MH370 Damage China-Malaysia Ties?

Shannon Tiezzi, The Diplomat

The Associated Press

Frustrations in China towards Malaysia’s handling of the search and rescue mission could spill over to affect ties.

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TAGGED: China, Malaysia, MH370

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