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Prayers are held for victims of missing flight MH370 as investigators prepare to examine debris which may have come from the plane. Paul Chapman reports.
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The discovery of debris on the shores of Reunion Island that may have come from missing flight MH370 has touched many of its residents.
About 100 attended a service at the Combuston Catholic Church in St Andre to pray for the 239 passengers and crew whose fate remains a mystery.
The Malaysia Airlines jet vanished in March last year.
The debris, thought to be part of a wing from a Boeing 777, arrived at a specialist military laboratory near the French city of Toulouse on Saturday.
The laboratory specialises in analysing aviation wreckage.
French investigators aren't expected to start looking at the wreckage until Wednesday.
A fragment of luggage which also washed up on Reunion Island is being sent to a police unit outside Paris for DNA tests.