Argentine Submarine That Vanished With 44 Aboard Is Found, Navy Says
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Argentine Submarine That Vanished With 44 Aboard Is Found, Navy Says

Argentine Submarine That Vanished With 44 Aboard Is Found, Navy Says BUENOS AIRES — An Argentine military submarine has been found deep in the Atlantic Ocean almost a year to the day after it disappeared with 44 crew members aboard, the Argentine Navy said early Saturday. The submarine, the San Juan, was located almost 2,600 feet below the ocean’s surface by a private company that the government hired after a search involving more than a dozen nations failed to locate the vessel, which disappeared on Nov. 15, 2017. The announcement…

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Authorities Suspend Search For Missing Seattle Hiker

The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office and scour and recovery squads had been sought for weeks for Samantha “Sam” Sayers, 28, of Seattle, who was last seen on Vesper Peak on Aug. 1. explored a labyrinth of canyons, mountainous terrains and river basins along the shores of Spada Lake without success. Late last week, the sheriff’s role announced it was calling off the search. “They — and I want to clarify, they — said they feel they’ve followed all results, ” Lisa Sayers said. drones and mountaineers going out. We likewise…

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How Spanish flu helped create Sweden’s modern welfare state

The 1918 pandemic ruined the remote metropoli of stersund. But its bequest is a city and country well-equipped to deal with 21 st century challenges On 15 September 1918, a 12 -year-old boy identified Karl Karlsson who lived just outside Ostersund, Sweden, wrote a short diary enter:” Two who died of Spanish influenza embed today. A few snowflakes in the air .” For all its brevity and matter-of-fact tone, Karlsson’s journal stimulates grim read. It is 100 years since a particularly virulent stres of avian flu, known as the Spanish…

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