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The world will not get to know exactly what has happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 and the passengers and crew on board until the airline and the Malaysian authorities share all the information they have with the rest of the world in a candid manner.
It is already nine days since the flight disappeared in the early morning of March 8. As many as 25 countries have participated in the efforts to search for any signs of the plane. But the contradictory and piecemeal information Malaysia Airlines and its government have provided has made search efforts difficult and the entire incident even more mysterious.
There is a lot of pressure on Malaysian Airlines and the Malaysian government from both the families of those on board the flight and the international community, and it is possible they did not know then as much as they do now about the change in the plane's course and possibility it might have been hijacked.