The Australian government has issued a statement on the discovery of debris on Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean July 29 and which is being examined to determine whether it comes from missing Malaysia Airlines MH370, a Boeing 777-200. The debris, measuring about 2 meters, appears similar to the wing flap of a large commercial airliner. Because the debris was retrieved on a French-owned island, it is now in the possession of French authorities. In a statement late July 29 US time – ...

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