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Argentina says missing submarine was hit by explosion but doesn't know crew's fate

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina - The Argentine navy confirmed Thursday that its missing submarine experienced an explosion Nov. 15 in the south Atlantic Ocean but had no information on the fate of the 44 crew members.

"There was an anomalous event (which was) unusual,

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