Reunion

Baby lost in Kabul evacuation is reunited with family

The Taliban had just seized control of the country in August and many Afghans were desperately trying to flee.

Two-month-old Sohail Ahmadi was handed to an American soldier over a fence, to protect him from the crush as thousands pushed to get into Kabul airport.

But once his family were inside, Sohail was nowhere to be found.

After a frantic but futile search for the infant, his father Mirza Ali Ahmadi, who had worked as a security guard at the US embassy, mother Suraya and their four other children were put on an evacuation flight to the US.

One Direction are speaking about anniversary reunion, Liam Payne says

Now, Liam Payne has dropped the strongest hint yet that the group will reunite to mark their 10th anniversary.

"I'm not allowed to say too much obviously, because I'd be giving it away," he told James Corden after the TV host reminded him of the milestone.

"But we've been speaking a lot more at the moment."

Payne added: "I think that we're all feeling that that 10 year[s] is a very special moment."

The boy band formed on The X Factor in the UK in July 2010.

Mrs Doubtfire child stars and Pierce Brosnan share sweet reunion

Lisa Jakub, Mara Wilson and Matthew Lawrence played the children in the family favourite.

Brosnan filmed the get-together, telling them: "Love you all so much."

Late comedian Robin Williams starred as the dad who is kicked out but returns in disguise as a female housekeeper.

Former James Bond star Brosnan played his nemesis Stu, the new boyfriend of Williams' character's wife, who was played by Sally Field.

Field was unable to join the reunion because she was on a book tour.

Malaysia says most of the debris in Maldives not from plane

Last week, Malaysia said a wing fragment found on the Indian Ocean island of Reunion was confirmed to be from Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. The plane disappeared March 8, 2014, with 239 people aboard while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.

Media reports in Maldives indicated debris found in recent weeks was brought to authorities' attention following the discovery on Reunion.

Malaysia to verify if debris in Maldives came from plane

Last week, Malaysia said a wing fragment found on the Indian Ocean island of Reunion was confirmed to be from Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. The plane went missing March 8, 2014, with 239 people aboard while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.

Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai said Monday that it was premature to speculate whether the debris found in the Maldives is connected to Flight 370.

Paris prosecutor denies any fresh finds from Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

A spokeswoman in the prosecutor's office, who was not authorized to be quoted by name, denied that any new material from an airplane had been turned over to French authorities. 

Malaysia's transport minister had said hours earlier that new debris, including window material and metal, had been collected.

Other French officials with ties to the investigation Paris and Reunion also said they were unaware of any new debris.

Malaysia, France differ on Malaysia Airlines Flight part, frustrating relatives

Malaysia's prime minister announced that a plane wing section that washed up on the French island of Reunion in the Indian Ocean was "conclusively confirmed" to be from Flight 370, saying he hoped the news would end "unspeakable" uncertainty for relatives of the 239 people aboard. 

The announcement was in line with the Malaysian conclusion that the plane crashed in the Indian Ocean, killing all aboard.

Malaysia seeks help in finding more possible MH370 debris

A new piece of debris, meanwhile, found on Sunday on the French island of Reunion in the western Indian Ocean turned out to be a "domestic ladder," and doesn't belong to a plane, Malaysian Director General of Civil Aviation Azharuddin Abdul Rahman told The Associated Press amid media reports that a new plane part was found.

Official: New debris found in Reunion not a plane part

Malaysian Director General of Civil Aviation Azharuddin Abdul Rahman told The Associated Press that a piece of debris found on a beach near the town of Saint-Denis on Sunday morning had nothing to do with the investigation involving the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.

Wing fragment wrapped and ready for French investigators

Several uniformed officers loaded a large wooden crate into a van that drove with a police escort from the main wing of the Roland Garros airport to a separate hangar.

French authorities have imposed extraordinary secrecy over the 2 meter (6-foot) long piece of wing.

If from the Malaysia Airlines jet missing for 16 months, the wreckage could have drifted thousands of kilometers (miles) across the Indian Ocean to this French island off the east coast of Africa.