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ved ones embrace after hearing the news they've dreaded for a year. The Argentine navy submarine that disappeared with 44 people on board has been found at the bottom of the ocean.>>
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Now we have found the submarine and we need to establish what the causes were and if they are people responsible. They should be held responsible.
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>> Argentine officials say the ARA San Juan was found partially imploded in a canyon nearly 3.000 feet below the ocean surface.>>
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>> US marine tracking contractor Ocean Infinity made the discovery. The company was hired by Argentina after an international search for the vessel failed. At the time of the disappearance, the Navy said water that had entered the submarine snorkle cost its battery to short circuit. The submarine had a seven day supply of air when it last reported its position on November 15th, 2017.
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Officials are waiting for more information before determining whether the submarine can be recovered from the ocean floor.
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