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02 August 2015 21:47:15 WN.com - World News
A fevered hunt for more wreckage from missing flight MH370 on La Reunion island turned up no new clues Sunday as authorities said metallic debris found by locals did not come from an airplane....
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02 August 2015 21:07:10 Malaysia News latest RSS headlines - Malaysia Sun.com
: A fevered hunt for more wreckage from missing flight MH370 on La Reunion island turned up no new clues Sunday as authorities said metallic debris found by locals did not come from an airplane. ...
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02 August 2015 20:45:41 WN.com - World News
A fevered hunt for more wreckage from missing flight MH370 on La Reunion island turned up no new clues Sunday as authorities said metallic debris found by locals did not come from an airplane. ......
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02 August 2015 16:22:17 The Asian Age
This picture taken on August 2, 2015 shows metallic debris found on a beach in Saint-Denis on French Reunion Island. (Photo:AFP) Several pieces of "metallic debris" have been found on La Reunion island, where a Boeing 777 wing part believed to belong to missing flight MH370 washed up last week, a source close to the investigation said today. Investigators on the Indian Ocean island took the debris into evidence as part of their probe into the fate of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, although nothing indicated that it came from an airplane, the source said. An AFP photographer saw police collect one piece of debris, measuring about 100 square centimetres (15 square inches), on the north of the island this morning. Police placed the debris, which has a sort of handle partially covered by leather and is inscribed with two ideograms, in an iron case. Also this morning a man handed police a piece of debris measuring 70 centimetres (27 inches), guessing it was part of a plane door. The discovery of a piece of wreckage confirmed to come from a Boeing 777 last Wednesday sparked fevered speculation that it may be the first tangible evidence that the missing plane crashed into the Indian Ocean. Flight MH370 is the only Boeing 777 to ever be lost at sea. While that piece of wreckage has been sent to France for further analysis, locals on La Reunion are scouring the beach for more debris in what the source close to the investigation likened to a "treasure hunt".
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02 August 2015 16:18:04 GMA News Online / News
A fevered hunt for more wreckage from missing flight MH370 on La Reunion island turned up no new clues Sunday as authorities said metallic debris found by locals did not come from an airplane.
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30 July 2015 21:30:46 Malaysia News latest RSS headlines - Malaysia Sun.com
Airplane debris washed ashore on a remote island in the Indian Ocean, causing experts to believe it may be part of MH370, the missing Malaysia Airlines flight. CBS News correspondent Seth Doane talks ...
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30 July 2015 12:13:12 WN.com - World News
French authorities are studying airplane debris that may have belonged to Malaysian Airlines Flight 370....
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30 July 2015 02:01:10 WN.com - Asia News
VOA News Investigators are looking into whether a piece of airplane debris found on a French Indian Ocean island is part of Flight MH370, the Malaysia Airlines jet that disappeared without a trace in March 2014. The two-meter-long piece was discovered Wednesday on a beach on Reunion Island, located between Madagascar and Mauritius. One person...
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23 February 2015 08:14:05 Malaysia News latest RSS headlines - Malaysia Sun.com
A Malaysia Airlines plane is seen in this file photo. Apparently, the search operation for the still missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 was done in the "wrong area."A recent Flight ...
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09 February 2015 20:42:11 WN.com - Africa News
JOHANNESBURG — Last year, an American disappeared while traveling alone in a small plane in West Africa, heading to a new job as an anti-poaching pilot in a national park. Investigators think he hit a mountain but the location of his Cessna 172 remains a mystery after a search stymied by limited resources, patchy help from local authorities and forested, mountainous terrain. Bill Fitzpatrick&s last contact with aviation authorities was on the night of June 22 when he calmly gave his position and altitude to a control tower during a nighttime approach to coastal Cameroon. Then, nothing. Both man and plane vanished. "Jungle will swallow up a small airplane," said Ray...
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