MH370 search resumes on France’s Reunion island

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  • Sunday, 09 Aug 2015

Police officers from Saint-Benoit's gendarmerie look for debris from the ill-fated Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 on a beach in Sainte-Marie de la Reunion on August 8, 2015. -AFP

SAINT-DENIS DE LA REUNION: The hunt for more wreckage from the missing MH370 resumed on France’s Reunion island in the Indian Ocean on Sunday after being suspended due to bad weather, local officials said.

A search plane circled overhead and foot patrols combed the eastern coastline of the island, resuming a hunt that had been halted on Friday evening.

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