New Photos Show Wing Flap Believed to be From Missing MH370

The Australian government released several photos of a wing flap believed to belong to the missing airliner from Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
0:21 | 07/20/16

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They're new images this morning and debris that may have come from a missing Malaysia airlines jet. The discovery was made on an island off the coast of Tanzania last month officials believe it's an outboard wing flap and now other working to confirm that it came from a Boeing triple seven. Flight 370 disappeared in 2014. The working theory is that it ran out of fuel on auto pilot then fell into the ocean.

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