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Search For Missing Argentine Sub No Longer A Rescue Mission, Navy Says

"More than double the number of days have passed where it would have been possible to rescue the crew," a navy spokesman said. "We will continue the search ... there will not be people saved."

Argentina's navy has announced that it is no longer looking for survivors on the submarine that disappeared more than two weeks ago but will continue to search for the missing ARA San Juan.

"More than double the number of days have passed where it would have been Reuters. "We will continue the search ... there will not be people saved."

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