BREAKING MALAYSIAN NEWS: Commemorative concert for the victims of MH370


Hundreds of people gathered in Malaysia’s capital Sunday to mark two years since the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 — and to renew calls for the search to go on.
The commemoration concert in Kuala Lumpur, two days before the anniversary on March 8, was a celebration of the lives lost, and for some, of the people they hope to see again.
“We’re still hoping you’ll come back to us!!” read one message of condolence. “Love you always.”
“Daddy, safe journey home,” read another.
One note, which read simply “The truth must be told,” echoed the frustrations of families desperate for answers and unhappy with authorities.
Event organizer Grace Nathan, whose mom Anne was on board the doomed flight, said the lack of answers only made their agony worse.
“It’s been a rough two years,” the 28-year-old told NBC News. “We still don’t know what happened and that has prevented any of us from recovering. None of our questions have been answered.”