A man walks on the Jamaique beach in Saint-Denis on the French Indian Ocean island of La Reunion, August 2, 2015. REUTERS/Jacky Naegelen
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MH370 investigators to meet in France ahead of wing analysisMalaysian aviation experts were to meet their French counterparts and judges Monday to coordinate the investigation into missing flight MH370, days after the discovery of a washed-up plane part offered fresh hopes of solving the mystery. Technical experts, including from U.S. aerospace giant Boeing, will from Wednesday begin examining the wing component that surfaced last week on the French Indian Ocean island of La Reunion. The two-meter long flaperon, already confirmed to be part of a Boeing 777, is virtually certain to have come from the doomed Malaysia Airlines flight, as no other such plane is known to have crashed in the area. More than 9,000 kilometers (5,500 miles) away, locals on La Reunion were scouring the beaches for more debris that could offer further clues.
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