An Angry Birds purse was among items found by US lawyer Blaine Gibson on island of Nosy Boraha.
US lawyer Blaine Gibson found 20 items including purses, backpacks and part of a laptop case.
The search is scheduled to end the middle of the year but it has been pushed further to July/August.
The debris was described as being similar in appearance to other previously recovered pieces of wreckage.
Only 15,000sqkm of the designated 120,000sqkm area of seafloor in the southern Indian Ocean left to be searched.
They question the authenticity of the debris, including the Reunion flaperon, found so far.
Malaysian authorities are working with Mauritian counterparts to send the piece to Australia for examination.
Court says airlines' liability would be determined in a trial.
A Malaysian team has said two pieces are consistent with panels from the plane, but a confirmation is still awaited.
The piece was discovered by an archaeologist near Mossel Bay in Western Cape province on the southern coast.
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Chinese next-of-kins face problems organising themselves and prefer to remain anonymous.
Weeks family files for damages, mental harm and reimbursement of legal costs days.
They vow to continue the fight to search for their loved ones.
Many families have filed lawsuits against Malaysian Airlines, with the search set to end in June 2016.
Many conspiracy theories have come out following the mysterious disappearance of MH370.
Changes to take effect from now and 2021, say International Civil Aviation Organisation.
The statement will be released to family members first and then to the public
While some families still hold out hope passengers still alive, others have filed lawsuits.
Man who found flaperon last year has found further debris which has been handed over to authorities.
A CNN survey said one in ten Americans believed "space aliens or beings from another dimension" were involved
Malaysia Airlines MH370 disappeared over the southern Indian Ocean on 8 March 2014.
There has been a rush of claims as a two-year deadline for legal action approaches.
In heart breaking statement ahead of 2-year anniversary they say lack of funds should not halt search.
A white chunk of metal was found off the coast of Mozambique in southeastern Africa.
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The reason behind the plane's disappearance remains unconfirmed.
Malaysia transport minister urges to avoid undue speculation at this time until debris is confirmed.
The object with the words 'NO STEP' could be from the plane's horizontal stabilizer.
Chinese family members still hold out to hope loved ones still alive.