Malaysian PM: Debris on La Reunion from missing MH370 plane

NajibMalaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak in an early morning statement on August 5 announced that international experts examining debris washed up on La Reunion Island have “conclusively confirmed” the part of the wing found is from the missing MH370 aircraft.

The debris was found on the remote island in the Indian ocean only a week ago. Further debris has since washed up and is currently being investigated in Toulouse, France. In the statement, Najib stated the “burden and uncertainty faced by the families” has been “unspeakable.”

The statement by the Prime Minister during the early hours of the morning in Kuala Lumpur was a matter of minutes after an SMS message was sent to families of those on board informing them of a “major impending announcement.” Family members were waking up to the news of the confirmation by the much-criticised Malaysian government that the fragment is the first part of the missing aircraft to be recovered.

The ill-fated flight disappeared on March 8, 2014, carrying 239 passengers on board. as it veered off course from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Investigators may now be a step closer to solving one of the most perplexing mysteries of the modern age.

French Prosecutor Serge Mackowiak shortly thereafter confirmed the wing fragment was from a missing Boeing 777. However, in a game of semantics he did not declare conclusively that the part investigated was from MH370. He said there are “very strong indications” it was from the Malaysian aircraft and further tests will begin on the flaperon “as soon as possible in order to provide total and reliable information to the family of victims.” Since no other 777s are missing, it seems to be a matter of time before the investigators in France confirm the part is indeed from MH370.

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Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak in an early morning statement on August 5 announced that international experts examining debris washed up on La Reunion Island have "conclusively confirmed" the part of the wing found is from the missing MH370 aircraft. The debris was found on the remote island in the Indian ocean only a week ago. Further debris has since washed up and is currently being investigated in Toulouse, France. In the statement, Najib stated the "burden and uncertainty faced by the families" has been "unspeakable." The statement by the Prime Minister during the early hours of the morning in Kuala...

NajibMalaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak in an early morning statement on August 5 announced that international experts examining debris washed up on La Reunion Island have “conclusively confirmed” the part of the wing found is from the missing MH370 aircraft.

The debris was found on the remote island in the Indian ocean only a week ago. Further debris has since washed up and is currently being investigated in Toulouse, France. In the statement, Najib stated the “burden and uncertainty faced by the families” has been “unspeakable.”

The statement by the Prime Minister during the early hours of the morning in Kuala Lumpur was a matter of minutes after an SMS message was sent to families of those on board informing them of a “major impending announcement.” Family members were waking up to the news of the confirmation by the much-criticised Malaysian government that the fragment is the first part of the missing aircraft to be recovered.

The ill-fated flight disappeared on March 8, 2014, carrying 239 passengers on board. as it veered off course from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Investigators may now be a step closer to solving one of the most perplexing mysteries of the modern age.

French Prosecutor Serge Mackowiak shortly thereafter confirmed the wing fragment was from a missing Boeing 777. However, in a game of semantics he did not declare conclusively that the part investigated was from MH370. He said there are “very strong indications” it was from the Malaysian aircraft and further tests will begin on the flaperon “as soon as possible in order to provide total and reliable information to the family of victims.” Since no other 777s are missing, it seems to be a matter of time before the investigators in France confirm the part is indeed from MH370.

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