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Controversy as Ferrari arrives in Malaysia

A controversy has erupted after relatives of passengers on the missing Malaysia airlines flight had to change hotels when the Ferrari team touched down for this weekend's Malaysian grand prix. The media reports, including by the German newspaper Die Welt, said that because Ferrari had reserved the rooms at the Cyberview hotel, the grieving relatives of those on the missing flight MH370 had to move out. "When the first Ferrari employees wanted to check in, they were told that their rooms were occupied," read the Welt report. "After heated discussions, the Italians prevailed." A hotel spokeswoman confirmed: "It is true that the Chinese families were here, but they are...
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