Colin Cosier, Mélissa Manglou The search plane France deployed to look for MH370 debris off Reunion Island was grounded Saturday, just a day after the country launched an expanded search operation in the Indian Ocean.
Colin Cosier and Mélissa Manglou Reunion Island's top official has defended any notion the search has begun too late.
Eileen Ng France will search for wreckage from the lost flight MH370 off the coast of Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean, following the discovery of a wing part thought to belong to the missing plane.
As Malaysia said a plane part found last week came from MH370, the family of a New Zealand man on the flight are disgusted they again were not told first.
Praveen Menon Malaysian PM says it is with a heavy heart that he confirms the debris found on Reunion Island is from MH370.
Swati Pandey 'Barnacle shells ... can tell us valuable information about the water conditions under which they were formed.'
MARC SANTORA Ever since Johnny Begue stumbled on the airplane wing flap along the shores of Reunion Island, the place itself, has attracted scrutiny.
Colin Cosier on Reunion Island and Philip Wen More debris continues to wash up on Reunion Island at an alarming rate.
To Nicolas Ferrier, it seemed to him like just another piece of rubbish – a bus seat, perhaps, or a hang glider's chair.
Malaysia is "almost certain" that plane debris found on Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean is from a Boeing 777, the deputy transport minister said.
RAW: A French CASA search plane flying off Reunion Island on Sunday looks for debris from missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370. Supplied: French Defence Dept.
Sea turtles ingesting plastic debris in the waters around Reunion Island often die. The search for suspected MH370 wreckage there has highlighted just how much plastic rubbish there is in the sea.
Johny Begue, the Reunion Island beach worker who found the MH370 wing wreckage gives his condolences to the families of the dead.
'That's not enough evidence' says one family of a victim in Malaysia as another in China questions whether the wing part was 'artificially' placed on Reunion Island.
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak confirms a wing segment discovered on Reunion island is indeed from Flight MH370, making this the first real development in the search for the missing plane.
Kaylene Mann, who lost her brother Rodney and sister-in-law Mary on flight MH370, reacts to news part of the plane's fuselage may have been found.
American government officials and experts from Boeing have studied images of the object and expressed confidence that it had been part of the missing aircraft.
Debris washed up off East Africa prompts Malaysia to dispatch a team to Reunion Island, hoping to solve the mystery of missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370.
Aviation experts say it will take a few days to confirm if the plane wreckage, washed up on an island in the Indian Ocean east of Madagascar, was that of missing flight MH370.