Malaysia Airlines has seen its losses deepen after Flight 370 vanished over two months ago, raising questions about the future of the 76-year-old carrier.
The company's net loss rose by 59% to 443m ringgit ($138m; �82m) in the January-to-March period, marking its fifth straight quarter of losses.
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