The search for the crashed Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 will resume in the southern Windian Ocran, nearly 1,100 miles off the western coast of Australia, on Sunday.Search efforts for the debris of the Boeing 777 aircraft, which disappeared from radar in March, has been on hold since May, when scientists began mapping a 23,000-square mile stretch of the ocean in a bid to refine the search operations.GO Phoenix, a vessel provided by the Malaysian government, will lead the search team. Two other ships, the Equator and the Discovery, both provided by Dutch contractor Fugro, will join the search later in October, AP reported.

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