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Missing MH-370: Malaysia Confirms Pieces Of Debris Found In Mauritius

It was disappeared in 2014 with 239 passengers!

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M alaysia confirmed that they discovered the pieces of plane debris that were under search since long. The pieces are from the Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 that saw a bad fate 2 years from now in March 2014 when it went missing. It was undoubtedly one of the biggest case of Air accidents ever.

Over 240 people lost their lives.

Over 240 people lost their lives.

''The debris was consistent with the trailing edge of an aircraft wing. Australian Transport Safety Bureau had analysed this,'' the Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai said in a statement.

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All we did was prayers.

All we did was prayers.
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The aircraft vanished with those people on board during a flight from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to Beijing on 8 March 2014. Few pieces of wreckage from the plane have washed ashore on the coastlines around the Indian Ocean.

It was the worst travelling time.

It was the worst travelling time.
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Search crews are expected to finish their area of the 120,000 square km (46,000 square miles) search zone in the Indian Ocean by December.

How did they find it?

How did they find it?
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So far, none of the remains has helped narrow down the precise location of the main underwater wreckage. Somehow investigators found those.

The 3D Art of MH-370 by an artist.

The 3D Art of MH-370 by an artist.
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The whole world prayed.

This is where they tracked the plane.

This is where they tracked the plane.
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Two pieces of plane's remains were previously confirmed as being from that missing jet. The first was recovered from the French island of Reunion in July 2015, while the second one was found on the Isle of Pemba, Tanzania.

Few people who were on the flight.

Few people who were on the flight.
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Here are the recently found Images.

Here are the recently found Images.
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Live shot from the scene

Live shot from the scene
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Malaysia, Australia, & China said in July that the $160m hunt would be suspended once the current stretch of ocean is exhausted. They were looking for the new evidence of that missing plane so that they can pinpoint the exact location of crashing.

We don't want to see another such case!

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