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March 3, 2016 11:07 AM Man who possibly found MH370 debris thought part was from small plane

MAPUTO, Mozambique – An American who discovered an aircraft part in Mozambique that may be from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 said Thursday that he initially thought it was from a much smaller plane. Blaine Gibson, who has been searching the region's beaches for the debris, said in an interview with The Associated Press that a boat operator who took him to a sandbank 57

March 3, 2016 8:45 AM Australia to test debris found two years after Malaysian jet disappeared

SYDNEY A piece of debris found off the southeast African coast that could be from a missing Malaysia Airlines flight is being sent to Australia for testing, officials said on Thursday, two years after the plane carrying 239 people disappeared. A white, meter-long chunk of metal was found off the coast of Mozambique earlier this week by a U.S. adventurer 52

March 3, 2016 5:49 AM Australian officials say MH370 debris could reach Mozambique

SYDNEY — Debris that washed ashore in Mozambique that may be from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 turned up in a spot that matches investigators’ theories about where wreckage from the plane would have ended up, Australian officials said Thursday. Photos of the debris discovered over the weekend appear to show the fixed leading edge of the right-hand 65

March 2, 2016 4:12 PM Mozambique plane debris believed to be from Boeing 777: Malaysia minister

KUALA LUMPUR Debris believed to be part of a Boeing (BA.N) 777 jet has been found off Mozambique and is being taken to Australia to be examined by investigators involved in the search for the missing Flight MH370, Malaysia's transport minister said. Liow Tiong Lai said there is a "high possibility" that the piece of debris belonged to a 777 jet but added 39

March 2, 2016 3:29 PM Object washed up on beach in Africa could be from missing Malaysia Airlines plane

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, March 2 (UPI) -- A piece of a plane that washed ashore in Mozambique on the east coast of Africa over the weekend could be from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. The object, reportedly a piece of horizontal stabilizer skin, is on its way to Malaysia for examination. It was found on a sandbank in the Mozambique Channel, in the same region 31

March 2, 2016 2:50 PM Possible debris from Malaysia flight MH370 found near Mozambique: NBC

WASHINGTON A piece of debris found along the eastern African coast between Mozambique and Madagascar may be from the tail section of the Malaysia Airlines plane that disappeared two years ago, NBC News reported on Wednesday. Citing U.S., Malaysian and Australian investigators who have looked at photos of the possible debris, NBC said the piece could 37

March 2, 2016 2:45 PM MH370 Search: Possible Debris Found Near Mozambique: Report

Washington: A piece of debris found along the eastern African coast between Mozambique and Madagascar may be from the tail section of the Malaysia Airlines plane that disappeared two years ago, NBC News reported today. Citing US, Malaysian and Australian investigators who have looked at photos of the possible debris, NBC said the piece could be a horizontal 61

March 2, 2016 12:20 PM Missing MH370: Possible Boeing 777 Part Found Off Mozambique, Sources Say

An object that could be debris from a Boeing 777 has been found off Mozambique and is being examined by investigators searching for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, sources told NBC News. Early photographic analysis of the object suggests it could have come from the doomed jet, which vanished almost exactly 2 years ago. It was found on a sandbank 31

December 17, 2015 5:50 AM Parrots Also Use Grinding Tools , Says Study

Study suggests greater vasa parrots use date pits or tiny pebbles to grind seashells Parrots also use grinding tools just like the humans - not all but at least one species of parrots. Researchers from University of York and University of St. Andrews for the first time revealed the unique secret about the parrots when they observed greater vasa parrots 100

December 14, 2015 10:10 AM How on earth will poorest nations fund climate deal?

The path to good green intentions is strewn with obstacles that could waylay a $100 billion plan to help poorer countries fight climate change. These range from the adequacy of the fund's size to its secrecy-minded operations. And it's all part of a worldwide effort mandated by the Paris climate deal, whose overall cost could reach $16.5 trillion. Part of the climate 52