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Last week a wing part washed up on the French Indian Ocean island of La Reunion, and has been taken to France to for physical and chemical analysis.Already confirmed to be part of a Boeing 777, it is likely to have come from the doomed Malaysia Airlines flight, as no other such plane is known to have crashed in the area.If the serial number on the flaperon confirms it is from flight MH370, the laboratory can then use sophisticated tools to try to glean more information about the causes of the crash, such as whether its shape corresponds more to a mid-air explosion or a crash into the ocean.A fragment of luggage that was also found in the area is with the aircraft debris in France for specialist DNA testing.Mauritius may be small in size, but it is perfectly formed and packs a big punch when it comes to history and culture.
You will find folk of Indian, African, Chinese and European descent; Hindus, Muslims, Christians.
Government is conducted in English but the street lingo is Creole.
At a restaurant you might be served sushi, beef bourgignon, noodles, curry, or jerk chicken – all, apparently, "typically Mauritian".
In one of the most baffling mysteries in aviation history, MH370 inexplicably veered off course in March 2014 and disappeared from radars, sparking a colossal hunt that has until now proved fruitless.
In January, Malaysian authorities declared all 239 people on board presumed dead.