A brief QNA on the missing Argentinian submarine

On the morning of November 15, Argentinian submarine ARA San Juan went missing with its crew of 44 sailors on board.

    On the morning of November 15, Argentinian submarine ARA San Juan went missing with its crew of 44 sailors on board. Just hours after the submarine sent its last signal, a sound described to be consistent with that of an explosion was detected by sensors.

    Al Jazeera's Alex Gatopoulos talks about the missing Argentinian submarine


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