Thai soldiers carry a piece of suspected aircraft debris after it was found by fishermen on January 23, at a beach in the southern province of Nakhon Si Thammarat on January 25, 2016. AFP PHOTO / TUWAEDANIYA MERINGING / AFP / Tuwaedaniya MERINGING
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Malaysia confirmed Tuesday that debris found on the coast of southern Thailand was not from Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, laying to rest one question but leaving the fate of the missing airliner still shrouded in mystery.Malaysia's transport ministry said a team of experts from the government and Malaysia Airlines had examined the debris in Thailand and confirmed there was no link.Two years after its disappearance, the only hard evidence that the Malaysian airliner met a tragic end is a two-meter-long MH370 wing part found last July on a beach on the French-held Indian Ocean island of Reunion.Relatives of those aboard MH370 have bitterly criticized the airline and Malaysian government for failing to provide answers, and the case has sparked a range of conspiracy theories, including that the plane was commandeered and landed safely somewhere.
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