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Plane debris arrives in France

7:05am BST - 01:07

A section of aircraft wing which could be from the missing flight MH370 arrives in France for detailed examination. Paul Chapman reports.

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A piece of aircraft wing section which could help discover the fate of missing flight MH370 arrives in France. It'll be taken to a specialist military laboratory in Toulouse for detailed examination. The wreckage was flown from Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean where it washed up. The fate of the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 has been shrouded in mystery since it vanished in March last year. If the debris is from the missing flight it could be a vital clue in the search for answers. But Malaysia's Transport Minister is urging caution. (SOUNDBITE) (English) MALAYSIAN TRANSPORT MINISTER, LIOW TIONG LAI SAYING: "Less speculation on this, we wait for the result of the verification whether it belongs to triple seven or it belong to MH370. I think that yet to be verified." Malaysian authorities say they're almost certain the debris is from a 777 jet, only one of which is believed to have crashed south of the equator in 20 years of service. The country says it's sent a search team to Reunion Island to look for any further traces of wreckage.

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Plane debris arrives in France

7:05am BST - 01:07