The Associated Press SUBMARINE: Relatives of ARA San Juan submarine crew members are seen at the Mar de Plata Naval Base after they were told a sound detected during the search for the missing submarine is consistent with that of an explosion Thursday in Mar de Plata, Argentina. A Navy spokesman said that the search will continue until there is full certainty about the fate of the missing submarine. He said there was no sign the explosion might be linked to any attack on the sub.

The Associated Press SUBMARINE: Relatives of ARA San Juan submarine crew members are seen at the Mar de Plata Naval Base after they were told a sound detected during the search for the missing submarine is consistent with that of an explosion Thursday in Mar de Plata, Argentina. A Navy spokesman said that the search will continue until there is full certainty about the fate of the missing submarine. He said there was no sign the explosion might be linked to any attack on the sub.

AP Explains: The search for Argentina's missing submarine

By LUIS ANDRES HENAO The Associated Press
This article was published November 24, 2017 at 4:00 a.m.

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina -- The Argentine submarine ARA San Juan went missing in the South Atlantic last week with 44 crew members aboard. Here's a look at the submarine and the round-the-clock international maritime search.

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