Argentina pressured to find crew members of missing submarine

Relatives of the missing and members of the Argentinian legislature feel the official explanations are insufficient and want the government to find the San Juan and hopefully, some answers.

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    Relatives of the crew members of the missing Argentinian submarine, the ARA San Juan, are protesting outside the presidential palace.

    They are demanding the government speed up the hiring of a private company to continue the search.

    The San Juan disappeared with 44 sailors on board while on a training mission last year.

     

    Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports from Buenos Aires.


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