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Debris found on the island of Pemba off the coast of Tanzania in June has been confirmed to be from missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. Kuala Lumpur announced on Thursday, that most recently found piece of wreckage connected with the doomed jet. 
It was discovered by three locals, who passed it on to independent investigator Blaine Gibson, who earlier identified 13 of 27 pieces of debris as being from the flight. 
Malaysia's transport ministry said that further examination of the debris will continue in hopes that evidence may be uncovered which may provide new insight into the circumstances surrounding flight MH370.
Earlier, on Monday, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau announced that the plane may have been on fire prior to its crash. 
Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 disappeared from radar screens on 8th of March 2014, en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board.

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