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BEIJING — Hundreds of relatives of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 passengers marched on the Malaysian Embassy in Beijing on Tuesday, rejecting the government’s conclusion that the flight crashed into the Indian Ocean with no survivors.
The public protest, rare in China, appeared to have the support of the Chinese government, which provided buses to transport family members, according to one relative.
At the same time, Beijing took pains to keep the protest under control, girding the embassy with military police, city cops and undercover security who scuffled with relatives trying to break through the security cordon to speak to the press. Many wore white T-shirts reading, in English, "Pray for MH370."