UK sends ship to southern Indian Ocean in search for Malyasian Airline flight MH370
After Australian Prime minister Tony Abbott revealed satellites had identified a number of objects off the south west coast that could be from missing Malaysian Airline flight MH370, the UK has confirmed it is sending HMS Echo, a multi-role survey vessel, to the southern search corridor to assist in the operation.
HMS Echo is mid-way through an 18-month deployment to improve charts used by seafarers throughout the world, according to the Royal Navy website. The ship's programme has her condu...
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