Two pieces of aircraft debris found on beaches in Mauritius and South Africa almost certainly came from Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, say Malaysian and Australian officials. It is the latest development in efforts to solve the mystery of the aircraft, which went missing in March 2014.
Dateline follows Perth mother Danica Weeks through the most difficult year of her life - not knowing what happened to her husband Paul or how to explain it to their two young children. Plus the latest on the vast ocean search off Western Australia.
03-12-14 Satellite images of debris : Malaysia Airlines MH370: Last communication revealed ~ 'Confusing' information: Malaysian authorities revealed the plane's last communication at a news conference held in Beijing for relatives of the 154 Chinese who are among the missing passengers. (Also, conflicting information, an oil rig worker sees fiery plane go down to the northwest of where this debris is sited.)
It has been almost a week since Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 disappeared. Since then there have been more questions than answers. The flight that went missing with 239 passengers and crew members on board hasn't left a trace before vanishing completely, leaving investigators searching in the dark. Among all the mystery, there are some things that people may not know yet about the disappearance of flight MH370.