A woman leaves a message of support and hope for the passengers of the missing Malaysia Airlines MH370 in central Kuala Lumpur in this March 16, 2014 file photo. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj/Files
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A piece of suspected plane wreckage found off the east coast of southern Thailand Saturday was unlikely to belong to Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 which vanished nearly two years ago, said aviation experts and Thai officials.The find fueled speculation in the Thai media that the debris could belong to MH370, which disappeared with 239 people on board during a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in March 2014 .Experts said that while powerful currents sweeping the Indian Ocean could deposit debris thousands of kilometers away, wreckage was extremely unlikely to have drifted across the equator into the northern hemisphere.There has been no official confirmation from Thailand that the wreckage belongs even to a plane, never mind the missing Malayasia jet.The Malaysian transport ministry is in contact with Thai authorities to verify the debris, a ministry spokesman said.
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