Liam Lotter poses with a piece of debris thought to be part of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, in Wartburg, 37km (22 miles) out of Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, Friday, March 11, 2016. (Candace Lotter via AP)
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A new piece of debris found by a South African holidaymaker that could be a part of the missing Malaysian flight MH370 will be sent to Australia for analysis, aviation authorities said.It was only when news broke earlier this month of a suspected piece of the Malaysia Airlines plane was found in Mozambique that the family got in touch with authorities.Transportation authorities in Canberra confirmed Saturday the South African, Malaysian and Australian governments were working to bring the material to Australia.
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