An explosion-like sound was heard on the morning an Argentine navy submarine sent its last signal nearly two weeks ago, the navy has revealed.
Argentina's navy confirmed Thursday that an unusual noise heard in the ocean near the last known position of an Argentine navy submarine appeared to be an...
Concern for the crew of a missing Argentinian submarine are growing amid fears the vessel may be running low on oxygen.
Frightening footage captures unrelenting weather conditions facing navy vessels during the search for a missing submarine.
Experts are trying to establish whether crew aboard a missing Argentine navy submarine have tried to make contact.
An Argentine Navy submarine with 44 sailors aboard hasn't been heard from since Wednesday.
A search is underway for an Argentine submarine with 44 crew members on board is missing in the South Atlantic, 32 kilometres from the Patagonian coast.
European Union foreign ministers have approved economic sanctions on Venezuela.
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