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Son of MH370 passenger: 'I need to bring my father back'

2 May 2014 Last updated at 12:18 BST

The relatives of the passengers from the missing Malaysian airliner have been responding angrily to the news they are being asked to return home, before their family members have been found.

Malaysia Airlines has asked the relatives to leave the hotel accommodation it is providing.

Jimmy Wang, a Chinese relative, described the authorities as "weak". He said Malaysian Airlines are "a big airline company and we are just normal people".

He also spoke of his need to bring his father home and said he still had hope.

Martin Patience reports.

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