Australia to study three new pieces of debris for link to missing MH370

By REUTERS
May 27, 2016 01:51

 
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SYDNEY - Three new pieces of debris thought to be from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 have been found washed up on Indian Ocean beaches and will be examined in Australia, the transport minister said on Thursday.

Two of the pieces were found in Mauritius while the third was found in Mozambique.

The minister, Darren Chester, said in a statement all three items would be investigated in connection with the disappearance of MH370.

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