Three Months Later: Where is Flight MH370?

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June 9 (Bloomberg) –- Bloomberg’s Haslinda Amin reports the latest on the search for the missing Malaysian airliner with the families of the victims now hiring private investigators and offering a reward to anyone with information. She speaks to Rishaad Salamat on Bloomberg Television’s “On The Move Asia.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Reward for anyone with information.

We have been on the story since the first day.

What do we know?

The answer is, not much, i suppose.

You are right about that.

There is a lot of frustration -- from the families.

They have suspicion and conspiracy theories.

Some feel that there may be a cover-up.

So, there is a crowd funded campaign and they walk higher five investigators.

They will reward anyone who comes forward with information on the disappearance.

They hope to uncover new clues.

The latest development comes on the back of a worker.

The search has entered a new phase and includes the indian ocean.

A fresh set of eyes are needed.

Government and agencies have done their best but have failed to come up with a single shred of evidence because of a faulty approach or intentional misdirection.

What are officials saying about this missing aircraft?

Where are we now with what is left of the search?

You know, nothing has changed.

It is promised to continue the underwater operation.

They have released a call for companies to help with the search.

There are no evidence and authorities are mapping the sea bed.

One possibility is that the wreckage may be in an area that is too deep for the bluefin submarine.

Work will resume.

Investigators have covered 5

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