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Undersea 'Banging Sounds' Not From Sub, Argentine Navy Says

First reports of the sounds picked up by surface ships briefly raised hopes that the missing ARA San Juan, with 44 crew members, had been found.

Yet another false alarm in the search for an Argentine submarine with 44 crew members that's been missing for nearly a week: a hopeful sound picked up by two vessels running a search pattern near the sub's last known position was likely caused by a "biological" source —

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