Search continues for Argentina's missing submarine

As hopes of finding the ARA San Juan's crew alive fade, rescuers still scour the southern Atlantic and President Mauricio Macri promises the search will continue.

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    The search for a missing Argentine submarine continues even though there is almost no hope that the 44 crew members are alive.

    Investigators are looking into evidence of a possible explosion near its last known location.

    Many family members are angry at the navy’s handling of the incident.

    Al Jazeera’s Daniel Schweimler reports Mar del Plata.


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