A Chinese court is set to hold hearings on compensation claims by Chinese relatives of those who perished on Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, which disappeared in 2014 on a flight to Beijing. Jiang Hui, a representative of the families, announced that court hearings would commence on November 27 and continue until mid-December.
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The fate of the plane and its 239 passengers, including 154 Chinese nationals, remains unknown, with various theories but limited evidence. The families seek justice and compensation after a decade of uncertainty, though the airline’s financial obligations remain uncertain amid the unresolved mystery.