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Gear of the Russian Navy is unloaded from the Antonov 124-100 airplane to take part in the search and rescue mission of the missing Argentine submarine ARA San Juan and its 44 crew members, at Comodoro Rivadavia airport in Chubut, Argentina on November 25, 2017. The search for the San Juan "will continue day and night with help from 13 countries," navy spokesman Captain Enrique Balbi said late Friday. Hopes were boosted by the arrival later in the day of a giant Russian Antonov transport plane bringing an underwater robot that can scour the ocean at a depth of 1,000 meters (3,300 feet) below the surface. / AFP PHOTO / PABLO VILLAGRA
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Russian Navy's gear is unloaded from the Antonov 124-100 airplane to take part in the search and rescue mission of the missing Argentine submarine ARA San Juan and its 44 crew members, at Comodoro Rivadavia airport in Chubut, Argentina on November 25, 2017. The search for the San Juan "will continue day and night with help from 13 countries," navy spokesman Captain Enrique Balbi said late Friday. Hopes were boosted by the arrival later in the day of a giant Russian Antonov transport plane bringing an underwater robot that can scour the ocean at a depth of 1,000 meters (3,300 feet) below the surface. / AFP PHOTO / PABLO VILLAGRA
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An Argentinian airforce truck transports Russian Navy's gear unloaded from the Antonov 124-100 airplane to take part in the search and rescue mission of the missing Argentine submarine ARA San Juan and its 44 crew members, at Comodoro Rivadavia airport in Chubut, Argentina on November 25, 2017. The search for the San Juan "will continue day and night with help from 13 countries," navy spokesman Captain Enrique Balbi said late Friday. Hopes were boosted by the arrival later in the day of a giant Russian Antonov transport plane bringing an underwater robot that can scour the ocean at a depth of 1,000 meters (3,300 feet) below the surface. / AFP PHOTO / PABLO VILLAGRA
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Inside view of the deep diving rescue vehicle, the Pressurized Rescue Module (PRM) of the Submarine Rescue Diving and Recompression System (SRDRS), brought by the U.S. Navy Undersea Rescue Command (URC) to be installed on the Sophie Siem vessel, to support the Argentine government's search and rescue efforts for the missing Argentine submarine ARA San Juan, in Comodoro Rivadavia, Chubut, Argentina on November 25, 2017. The search for the San Juan "will continue day and night with help from 13 countries," navy spokesman Captain Enrique Balbi said late Friday. Hopes were boosted by the arrival later in the day of a giant Russian Antonov transport plane bringing an underwater robot that can scour the ocean at a depth of 1,000 meters (3,300 feet) below the surface. / AFP PHOTO / PABLO VILLAGRA
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A member of the U.S. Navy Undersea Rescue Command (URC) checks the deep diving rescue vehicle - the Pressurized Rescue Module (PRM) of the Submarine Rescue Diving and Recompression System (SRDRS) - to be installed on the Sophie Siem vessel, to support the Argentine government's search and rescue efforts for the missing Argentine submarine ARA San Juan, in Comodoro Rivadavia, Chubut, Argentina on November 25, 2017. The search for the San Juan "will continue day and night with help from 13 countries," navy spokesman Captain Enrique Balbi said late Friday. Hopes were boosted by the arrival later in the day of a giant Russian Antonov transport plane bringing an underwater robot that can scour the ocean at a depth of 1,000 meters (3,300 feet) below the surface. / AFP PHOTO / PABLO VILLAGRA
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A member of the U.S. Navy Undersea Rescue Command (URC) checks the deep diving rescue vehicle - the Pressurized Rescue Module (PRM) of the Submarine Rescue Diving and Recompression System (SRDRS) - to be installed on the Sophie Siem vessel, to support the Argentine government's search and rescue efforts for the missing Argentine submarine ARA San Juan, in Comodoro Rivadavia, Chubut, Argentina on November 25, 2017. The search for the San Juan "will continue day and night with help from 13 countries," navy spokesman Captain Enrique Balbi said late Friday. Hopes were boosted by the arrival later in the day of a giant Russian Antonov transport plane bringing an underwater robot that can scour the ocean at a depth of 1,000 meters (3,300 feet) below the surface. / AFP PHOTO / PABLO VILLAGRA
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A mask in the deep diving rescue vehicle - the Pressurized Rescue Module (PRM) of the Submarine Rescue Diving and Recompression System (SRDRS) - brought by the U.S. Navy Undersea Rescue Command (URC) is seen before the module is installed on the Sophie Siem vessel, to support the Argentine government's search and rescue efforts for the missing Argentine submarine ARA San Juan, in Comodoro Rivadavia, Chubut, Argentina on November 25, 2017. The search for the San Juan "will continue day and night with help from 13 countries," navy spokesman Captain Enrique Balbi said late Friday. Hopes were boosted by the arrival later in the day of a giant Russian Antonov transport plane bringing an underwater robot that can scour the ocean at a depth of 1,000 meters (3,300 feet) below the surface. / AFP PHOTO / PABLO VILLAGRA
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Friends and family of missing submarine crew members place a flag on the fence of the naval base in Mar de Plata, Argentina, Friday, Nov. 24, 2017. The Argentine navy says an explosion occurred near the time and place where the ARA San Juan submarine went missing on Nov. 15, leading some family members of the crew to give up hope of a rescue. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)
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A cyclist stops to look at flags and messages on the fence at the naval base in Mar de Plata, Argentina, Friday, Nov. 24, 2017. The Argentine navy says an explosion occurred near the time and place where the ARA San Juan submarine went missing on Nov. 15, leading some family members of the crew to give up hope of a rescue. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)
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A relative of crew member Luis Tagliapietra expresses her grief outside Argentina's Navy base in Mar del Plata, on the Atlantic coast south of Buenos Aires, on November 24, 2017. Argentina's navy confirmed Thursday that an unusual noise heard in the Atlantic near the last known position of a missing submarine appeared to be an explosion, dashing the last hopes of finding the vessel's 44 crew members alive. Relatives of the missing sailors reacted with grief and anger to the news after holding out hope since the sub was reported overdue at its Mar del Plata base on November 17, two days after the explosion. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Relatives of crew member Luis Tagliapietra express their grief outside Argentina's Navy base in Mar del Plata, on the Atlantic coast south of Buenos Aires, on November 24, 2017. Argentina's navy confirmed Thursday that an unusual noise heard in the Atlantic near the last known position of a missing submarine appeared to be an explosion, dashing the last hopes of finding the vessel's 44 crew members alive. Relatives of the missing sailors reacted with grief and anger to the news after holding out hope since the sub was reported overdue at its Mar del Plata base on November 17, two days after the explosion. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Relatives of crew member Damian Tagliapietra express their grief outside Argentina's Navy base in Mar del Plata, on the Atlantic coast south of Buenos Aires, on November 24, 2017. Argentina's navy confirmed Thursday that an unusual noise heard in the Atlantic near the last known position of a missing submarine appeared to be an explosion, dashing the last hopes of finding the vessel's 44 crew members alive. Relatives of the missing sailors reacted with grief and anger to the news after holding out hope since the sub was reported overdue at its Mar del Plata base on November 17, two days after the explosion. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Relatives of crew member Damian Tagliapietra express their grief outside Argentina's Navy base in Mar del Plata, on the Atlantic coast south of Buenos Aires, on November 24, 2017. Argentina's navy confirmed Thursday that an unusual noise heard in the Atlantic near the last known position of a missing submarine appeared to be an explosion, dashing the last hopes of finding the vessel's 44 crew members alive. Relatives of the missing sailors reacted with grief and anger to the news after holding out hope since the sub was reported overdue at its Mar del Plata base on November 17, two days after the explosion. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Relatives of crew member Damian Tagliapietra express their grief outside Argentina's Navy base in Mar del Plata, on the Atlantic coast south of Buenos Aires, on November 24, 2017. Argentina's navy confirmed Thursday that an unusual noise heard in the Atlantic near the last known position of a missing submarine appeared to be an explosion, dashing the last hopes of finding the vessel's 44 crew members alive. Relatives of the missing sailors reacted with grief and anger to the news after holding out hope since the sub was reported overdue at its Mar del Plata base on November 17, two days after the explosion. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Relatives of crew member Damian Tagliapietra express their grief outside Argentina's Navy base in Mar del Plata, on the Atlantic coast south of Buenos Aires, on November 24, 2017. Argentina's navy confirmed Thursday that an unusual noise heard in the Atlantic near the last known position of a missing submarine appeared to be an explosion, dashing the last hopes of finding the vessel's 44 crew members alive. Relatives of the missing sailors reacted with grief and anger to the news after holding out hope since the sub was reported overdue at its Mar del Plata base on November 17, two days after the explosion. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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A relative (C) of one of the 44 crew members of Argentine missing submarine leaves Argentina's Navy base in Mar del Plata, on the Atlantic coast south of Buenos Aires, on November 24, 2017. Argentina's navy confirmed Thursday that an unusual noise heard in the Atlantic near the last known position of a missing submarine appeared to be an explosion, dashing the last hopes of finding the vessel's 44 crew members alive. Relatives of the missing sailors reacted with grief and anger to the news after holding out hope since the sub was reported overdue at its Mar del Plata base on November 17, two days after the explosion. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Women look at family pictures of missing Argentine submarine crew member Sergio Cuellar, hanging outside Argentina's Navy base in Mar del Plata, on the Atlantic coast south of Buenos Aires, on November 24, 2017. Argentina's navy confirmed Thursday that an unusual noise heard in the Atlantic near the last known position of a missing submarine appeared to be an explosion, dashing the last hopes of finding the vessel's 44 crew members alive. Relatives of the missing sailors reacted with grief and anger to the news after holding out hope since the sub was reported overdue at its Mar del Plata base on November 17, two days after the explosion. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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A relative of missing Argentine submarine crew member Alejandro Damian Tagliapietra, expresses her grief outside Argentina's Navy base in Mar del Plata, on the Atlantic coast south of Buenos Aires, on November 24, 2017. Argentina's navy confirmed Thursday that an unusual noise heard in the Atlantic near the last known position of a missing submarine appeared to be an explosion, dashing the last hopes of finding the vessel's 44 crew members alive. Relatives of the missing sailors reacted with grief and anger to the news after holding out hope since the sub was reported overdue at its Mar del Plata base on November 17, two days after the explosion. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Flowers and Argentine flags hang outside Argentina's Navy base in Mar del Plata, on the Atlantic coast south of Buenos Aires, on November 24, 2017. Argentina's navy confirmed Thursday that an unusual noise heard in the Atlantic near the last known position of a missing submarine appeared to be an explosion, dashing the last hopes of finding the vessel's 44 crew members alive. Relatives of the missing sailors reacted with grief and anger to the news after holding out hope since the sub was reported overdue at its Mar del Plata base on November 17, two days after the explosion. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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A black ribbon hangs next to supportive messages for the 44 crew members of Argentine missing submarine outside Argentina's Navy base in Mar del Plata, on the Atlantic coast south of Buenos Aires, on November 24, 2017. Argentina's navy confirmed Thursday that an unusual noise heard in the Atlantic near the last known position of a missing submarine appeared to be an explosion, dashing the last hopes of finding the vessel's 44 crew members alive. Relatives of the missing sailors reacted with grief and anger to the news after holding out hope since the sub was reported overdue at its Mar del Plata base on November 17, two days after the explosion. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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A rosary hangs next to Argentinian flags and supportive messages for the 44 crew members of Argentine missing submarine outside Argentina's Navy base in Mar del Plata, on the Atlantic coast south of Buenos Aires, on November 24, 2017. Argentina's navy confirmed Thursday that an unusual noise heard in the Atlantic near the last known position of a missing submarine appeared to be an explosion, dashing the last hopes of finding the vessel's 44 crew members alive. Relatives of the missing sailors reacted with grief and anger to the news after holding out hope since the sub was reported overdue at its Mar del Plata base on November 17, two days after the explosion. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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A relative of missing Argentine submarine crew member Alejandro Damian Tagliapietra, is pictured outside Argentina's Navy base in Mar del Plata, on the Atlantic coast south of Buenos Aires, on November 24, 2017. Argentina's navy confirmed Thursday that an unusual noise heard in the Atlantic near the last known position of a missing submarine appeared to be an explosion, dashing the last hopes of finding the vessel's 44 crew members alive. Relatives of the missing sailors reacted with grief and anger to the news after holding out hope since the sub was reported overdue at its Mar del Plata base on November 17, two days after the explosion. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Women look at family pictures of missing Argentine submarine crew member Cesar Oscar Vallejos, hanging outside Argentina's Navy base in Mar del Plata, on the Atlantic coast south of Buenos Aires, on November 24, 2017. Argentina's navy confirmed Thursday that an unusual noise heard in the Atlantic near the last known position of a missing submarine appeared to be an explosion, dashing the last hopes of finding the vessel's 44 crew members alive. Relatives of the missing sailors reacted with grief and anger to the news after holding out hope since the sub was reported overdue at its Mar del Plata base on November 17, two days after the explosion. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Argentine President Mauricio Macri (C) speaks next to Defence Minister Oscar Aguad (L) and Vice admiral Marcelo Srur (2-R) during a press conference after a meeting with the high command of the Argentine Navy at their headquarters on November 24, 2017. Argentina's President Mauricio Marci on Friday demanded an inquiry to "know the truth" about what happened the missing San Juan submarine that disappeared with the loss of 44 crew members. Speaking to reporters at the headquarters of the Argentine navy, Macri said the tragedy "will require a serious, in-depth investigation that will yield certainty about what has happened." / AFP PHOTO / JUAN MABROMATA
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Argentine President Mauricio Macri speaks during a press conference, after a meeting with the high command of the Argentine Navy at their headquarters, in Buenos Aires on November 24, 2017. Argentina's President Mauricio Marci on Friday demanded an inquiry to "know the truth" about what happened the missing San Juan submarine that disappeared with the loss of 44 crew members. Speaking to reporters at the headquarters of the Argentine navy, Macri said the tragedy "will require a serious, in-depth investigation that will yield certainty about what has happened." / AFP PHOTO / JUAN MABROMATA
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Argentine Defence Minister Oscar Aguad, attends a press conference after a meeting with the high command of the Argentine Navy at their headquarters, in Buenos Aires on November 24, 2017. Argentina's President Mauricio Marci on Friday demanded an inquiry to "know the truth" about what happened the missing San Juan submarine that disappeared with the loss of 44 crew members. Speaking to reporters at the headquarters of the Argentine navy, Macri said the tragedy "will require a serious, in-depth investigation that will yield certainty about what has happened." / AFP PHOTO / JUAN MABROMATA
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A brother of submarine crew member Diego Wagner walks away after placing a national flag in support of his brother and other crew members of the missing ARA San Juan, on a fence enclosing the Mar del Plata Naval Base, in Argentina, Thursday, Nov. 23, 2017. More help was arriving in a multinational search Thursday for the Argentine submarine with 44 crew members as concern grew that the vessel's oxygen supply could soon start to run out. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)
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A woman touches a poster, overlaid with snapshots of Celso Oscar Vallejo, one of the crew members of the missing ARA San Juan, that hangs on a fence enclosing the Mar del Plata Naval Base, in Argentina, Thursday, Nov. 23, 2017. More help was arriving in a multinational search Thursday for the Argentine submarine with 44 crew members as concern grew that the vessel's oxygen supply could soon start to run out. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)
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A seaman looks out from a checkpoint window that shows the reflection of a fence blanketed with national flags and homemade signs in support of submarine crew members of the missing ARA San Juan, at the naval base in Mar de Plata, Argentina, Thursday, Nov. 23, 2017. More help was arriving in a multinational search Thursday for the Argentine submarine with 44 crew members as concern grew that the vessel's oxygen supply could soon start to run out. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)
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A woman cries in front of a fence enclosing the Mar de Plata Naval Base after learning that Argentina's navy announced that a sound detected during the search for the missing ARA San Juan submarine is consistent with that of an explosion, in Mar de Plata, Argentina, Thursday, Nov. 23, 2017. A Navy spokesman said that the relatives of the crew have been informed and that the search will continue until there is full certainty about the fate of the ARA San Juan. He said there was no sign the explosion might be linked to any attack on the sub. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)
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A woman cries in front of a fence enclosing the Mar de Plata Naval Base after learning that Argentina's navy announced that a sound detected during the search for the missing ARA San Juan submarine is consistent with that of an explosion, in Mar de Plata, Argentina, Thursday, Nov. 23, 2017. A Navy spokesman said that the relatives of the crew have been informed and that the search will continue until there is full certainty about the fate of the ARA San Juan. He said there was no sign the explosion might be linked to any attack on the sub. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)
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A man lights candles on the stairs of the Argentine Navy headquarters in Buenos Aires on November 23, 2017. Argentina's navy confirmed Thursday that an unusual noise heard in the Atlantic near the last known position of a missing submarine appeared to be an explosion, dashing the last hopes of finding the vessel's 44 crew members alive. / AFP PHOTO / NOTICIAS ARGENTINAS / MARCELO CAPECE / Argentina OUT
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Argentina's Navy destroyer ARA Sarandi sails off to take part in the search of missing submarine ARA San Juan, from the north breakwater of Argentina's Navy base in Mar del Plata, on the Atlantic coast south of Buenos Aires, on November 21, 2017. An international search mission for a missing Argentine submarine entered its sixth day Tuesday as uncertainty over the fate of its 44 crew members gave way to rising anguish for families troubled by earlier false hopes. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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Argentina's Navy destroyer ARA Sarandi sails off to take part in the search of missing submarine ARA San Juan, from the north breakwater of Argentina's Navy base in Mar del Plata, on the Atlantic coast south of Buenos Aires, on November 21, 2017. An international search mission for a missing Argentine submarine entered its sixth day Tuesday as uncertainty over the fate of its 44 crew members gave way to rising anguish for families troubled by earlier false hopes. / AFP PHOTO / EITAN ABRAMOVICH
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In this picture released by Argentina's presidential press office, Navy base Chief Gabriel Martin Gonzalez, right, talks to Argentina's President Mauricio Macri over a map at the Navel base in Mar del Plata, Argentina, Monday, Nov. 20, 2017. Authorities last had contact with submarine ARA San Juan on Wednesday as it was on a voyage from the extreme southern port of Ushuaia to the city of Mar del Plata. (Argentina Presidency via AP)
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In this picture released by Argentina's presidential press office, Navy base Chief Gabriel Martin Gonzalez, right, talks to Argentina's President Mauricio Macri over a map at the Navel base in Mar del Plata, Argentina, Monday, Nov. 20, 2017. Authorities last had contact with submarine ARA San Juan on Wednesday as it was on a voyage from the extreme southern port of Ushuaia to the city of Mar del Plata. (Argentina Presidency via AP)
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School teachers hang a sign with the colors of the Argentine flag that reads in Spanish "ARA San Juan, we wait for you" on a the fence at the Navel base in Mar del Plata, Argentina, Monday, Nov. 20, 2017. Authorities last had contact with submarine ARA San Juan on Wednesday as it was on a voyage from the extreme southern port of Ushuaia to the city of Mar del Plata. (AP Photo/Marina Devo)
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A couple watches a ship leave a Naval base to join the search for missing submarine ARA San Juan, in Mar del Plata, Argentina, Monday, Nov. 20, 2017. Authorities last had contact with submarine ARA San Juan on Wednesday as it was on a voyage from the extreme southern port of Ushuaia to the city of Mar del Plata. (AP Photo/Marina Devo)
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A picture of the Argentine submarine ARA San Juan written in Spanish "Come on steel men. We will wait for you at home" hangs from the fence at the Navel base in Mar del Plata, Argentina, Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017. Navy spokesman Enrique Balbi said Saturday the area being searched off the country's southern Atlantic coast has been doubled as concerns about the fate of the missing submarine and its crew grew. (AP Photo/Vicente Robles)
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Picture released by Telam on November 17, 2017 showing the ARA San Juan submarine in Buenos Aires. The Argentine submarine is still missing in Argentine waters after it lost communication more than 48 hours ago. / AFP PHOTO / TELAM / ARGENTINA'S DEFENSE MINISTRY / - Argentina OUT / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / TELAM - MINISTERIO DE DEFENSA " - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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Telam, 17/11/2017 Buenos Aires: El submarino ARA -San Juan- (Foto) que perdio contacto con la Armada Argentina hace dos d?as, es un buque de ataque constru?do en Alemania que est? al servicio del pa?s desde 1985, cuando comenzo con pruebas de mar para abocarse luego a operaciones navales en aguas del Caribe, Atl?ntico Norte y ejercicios desde su apostadero en la Base Naval de Mar del Plata. Foto: Armada Argentina Xinhua News Agency / eyevine
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In this Sept. 27, 2011 photo, workers stand around the ARA San Juan submarine during a ceremony celebrating the first stage of major repairs at the Argentine Industrial Naval Complex (CINAR) in Buenos Aires. President Mauricio Macri said on Friday, Nov. 24, 2017 the international search for the submarine carrying 44 crew members that has been lost in the South Atlantic since Nov. 15 will continue and that the sub's disappearance will be investigated. (AP Photo/Mario Defina)
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In an undated photo provided by the Argentine Navy, the submarine ARA San Juan docks in Buenos Aires. Argentine military ships and aircraft searched off the coast of the country on Nov. 17, 2017, for one of the submarine, which has been missing for two days, officials said. (Argentina Navy via The New York Times) -- FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. --
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