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A New Ominous Clue In Search For Argentine Submarine

An apparent explosion occurred near where the submarine went missing, with 44 crew members aboard.
A relative of one of the 44 crew members of the missing Argentine submarine is comforted outside a navy base in Mar del Plata, Argentina, Thursday. Source: Eitan Abramovich

The Argentine navy announced evidence Thursday pointing to an explosion occurring near the time and at the location one of its submarines, with 44 crew members aboard, went missing last week.

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