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Families wait for loved ones whose submarine has gone missing

MAR DEL PLATA, Argentina - Family members of 44 crew members of the Argentine submarine missing for nearly a week have maintained brave faces even as each passing hour complicates chances for a rescue of their loved ones lost at sea.

"Every so often I go to the edge of the ocean and ask that my son be returned to me," said Maria Victoria Morales, whose

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