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The families of those on board flight 370 remain in an emotional limbo.

Foong Wai Yueng's 10-year-old daughter and 4-year-old son keep asking where she is. Eighteen years as a Malaysia Airlines flight attendant, she was working aboard MH370. She loved flying.

"I told them mummy's going to take a bit longer to come home this time, and I even promised them I'm going to bring her home, but I really don't know where she is now, and now I am not sure whether I could bring her home you see," said Lee Khim Fatt.

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He wants to know what he should tell his daughter. He says Foong is caring and loving. He speaks in the present tense.

"Of course I'm still waiting for god's miracles but it's just like what we want is the reality the true story," he said.

Showing off mobile photos of his wife, he says he is angry at the way he has been treated.

Foong was part of the cabin crew but lee feels the airline tells the media more than it tells him. He says he gets most information from televised press conferences, which is part of the reason he has hired a lawyer.

"It is not their fault that this happened to the plane so therefore they have to be compensated for their damages," he said.

Lee and Foong were together for 20 years, and he says they were happy. Now she is lost, and Lee says he has lost all direction.

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