PHNOM PENH —
The Cambodian government now says it has sent two ships and four helicopters to aid in the search of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, which mysteriously disappeared 10 days ago.
The Cambodia search entails 80 naval and army personnel and includes flights over Cambodian land and sea.
No trace of the plane has been found in that search, officials said.
The Cambodian government had initially declined to send aid in the search for the flight, whose disappearance has baffled international search and rescue efforts.