The hunt for missing Flight MH370 is likely to continue for another year — whether or not an aircraft piece that washed ashore is from the jetliner, a top official told NBC News on Saturday.
Judith Zielke, the chief of the Joint Agency Coordination Center that's trying to pinpoint the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 off the coast of Australia, said the debris found thousands of miles away on Reunion Island was "not a game changer" but it could prove to be significant.
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