Attempts sent on Saturday from San Juan submarine lasted between four and 36 seconds, says defence ministry

Seven failed satellite calls were detected on Saturday that Argentina’s defence ministry believes could be from submarine that went missing in the south Atlantic three days ago with 44 crew on board.

The calls, believed to be from the ARA San Juan submarine, lasted between four and 36 seconds, the ministry said in a statement, suggesting the crew were trying to re-establish contact. The ministry said it was working on tracing the location with an unnamed US company that specialised in satellite communications.

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