MH370: Malaysia sends team to Reunion Island


NEW YORK: Malaysia has sent a team to Reunion Island off the east coast of Africa to determine whether washed-up debris may be from the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, believed to have crashed in the Indian Ocean last year.

"I have sent a team to verify the wreckage ... we hope that it can identify (the wreckage) as soon as possible," said Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai Wednesday during a visit to the United Nations in New York.

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