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Sounds heard in ocean were not distress signals from missing sub, Argentine navy says

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina - Hopes that strange sounds detected on the ocean floor might be distress signals from a missing Argentine submarine crew were dashed Monday night after an analysis indicated they were not metallic in nature.

Earlier in the day, Argentine navy spokesman Enrique Balbi said the noises picked up by sonar at a depth of 650 feet about 200 miles off the Argentine coast might be from

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