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The frustrations of the families of the passengers on board the missing Flight MH370 boiled over as angry relatives threw bottles at Malaysia Airline officials.
The video, taken in a Beijjing hotel room and posted to a Chinese social media site, appeared to show several water bottles being thrown at representatives as they delivered no new information on the fate of the 239 passengers.
The search for the plane, which disappeared off the radar at 1.30am on Saturday, has so far proved fruitless with aviation experts calling it one of the most baffling mysteries in recent history.
Operations to find the aircraft are now covering 27,000 nautical miles with some 42 ships and 39 aircraft from several countries now involved in the search.
The National Transportation Safety Board wrote on Twitter after the gas explosion in New York:
NTSB sending go-team of investigators to NYC gas explosion.
Olympic gold medallist Jessica Ennis-Hill said she will settle for watching the Commonwealth Games on television as she prepares for motherhood.
The 28-year-old heptathlete will support Team GB from the sofa come July, but admits that she will be rather preoccupied with the arrival of her first child with husband Andy, due the same month.
Ennis-Hill said: "I will be supporting but I will be at home, probably very tired and not knowing what's going on in the world, to be honest.
"I'm sad to be missing it this year but very much looking forward to supporting the team."
The New York City Office of Emergency Management tweeted:
- Two people are believed dead
- Number of people are still missing
- 2 serious life-threatening injuries
- 5 serious non-life-threatening injuries
- 15 minor injuries
- Two five storey buildings collapsed
- A gas leak is the most likely cause
- Search for survivors continues
A woman claimed she was in Max Clifford's office for one or two hours while he was allegedly persuading her to take her top off, a court.
But in cross-examination, Richard Horwell QC, defending, put it to her: "If you went to that office you would have seen him for no more than 15 minutes, 30 minutes at the most." She replied: "It took him longer than that to persuade me to take my top off."
Mr Horwell went on: "I suggest that, if you went to his office, that would have been the first and the last time that you ever saw him." She replied: "Not true. I wish it had been the truth."
The defence asked the alleged victim whether she had seen singer Tom Waits - who was represented by Clifford - in Spain, rather than the defendant.
He said: "Mr Clifford was in England, I suggest, in August 1977 and, as you know, I have just suggested to you that the only connection to Mr Clifford in Torremolinos, as far as he is aware, is the presence of that singer Tom Waits who was staying at the Continental Hotel."
The witness insisted: "He (Clifford) was there." The case was adjourned until tomorrow.
Mayor of New York Bill de Blasio told a news conference there a number of people still missing after the Harlem building collapse.
He said: "We know we have lost two people already. There will be a search through the building after the fire is put out looking for those who are missing."
Mr De Blasio added that there will be a "thorough search for a number of missing individuals" and that he has spoken to a number of families looking for loved ones.