France calls of its search for MH370 wreckage at Reunion Is

FRANCE'S search for further debris from Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 around Reunion Island has been called off.

An army plane, two helicopters and ships covered 10,000sq km of the waters surrounding the island in the south-western Indian Ocean.

Part of a wing from a Boeing 777 was found on the beach in late July, but further finds of washed-up objects have not been linked to the aircraft.

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