One hundred days later, there's still no sign of wreckage from the missing Malaysian Airlines jet and the search continues.
FOX News Radio's Alastair Wanklyn reports:
(Mandarin) A briefing for relatives. They're told, Australia is still leading the search for debris and a Chinese survey ship is mapping the ocean bed. For many, the wait is unbearable-- (Mandarin) she lost her husband. Some relatives believe there's a cover-up. Australia says it's spending tens of millions of dollars on the search, but it has:
Houston: "Still to negotiate the burden-sharing with for example, Malaysia."
Search chief Angus Houston. Meanwhile, still no word on whether the aviation industry will mandate plane-tracking devices to avoid another disappearance.
In the Asia Bureau, Alastair Wanklyn, FOX News Radio.