A wing flap that washed up on an island near Tanzania has been confirmed as being a part of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. The flap was found in June on Pemba Island by people who live there, and tests were needed to positively identify the piece. Experts at the Australian Transport Safety Bureau have confirmed that the part was indeed from the flight. Several pieces of wreckage that likely came from the plane have washed up at coastlines around the Indian Ocean; another piece of wing found a year ago near Madagascar has already been identified. Officials believe more wreckage will show up in upcoming months; so far, none of the debris found has helped to further narrow down the location of the main wreckage.
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