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President Trump Pardons Sailor Who Photographed Navy Submarine

President Donald Trump pardoned navy submariner Kristian Saucier on Friday, the sailor who brought up Hillary Clinton as part of his defense in trial proceedings. White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders made the announcement during Friday afternoon’s press conference: In

In this Sept. 27, 2011 photo, workers stand around the ARA San Juan submarine during a ceremony celebrating the first stage of major repairs at the Argentine Industrial Naval Complex (CINAR) in Buenos Aires. President Mauricio Macri said on Friday, Nov. 24, 2017 the international search for the submarine carrying …

Argentina Confirms ‘Explosion’ Recorded in Missing Submarine Mystery

The mystery surrounding the disappeared Argentina’s ARA San Juan submarine took a dark turn this week, as officials confirmed the recording of a “hydroacoustic anomaly” near where the navy had last recorded the submarine’s location. Officials believe an explosion occurred, but have no answers as to why.

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France, Australia Sign Off Major £30 Billion Stealth Submarine Deal

AFP — France and Australia will sign a multi-billion dollar deal — which Paris has billed as the “contract of the century” — for 12 state-of-the-art submarines, their defence ministers said on Monday. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and France’s Minister

The U.S. Coast Guard seized 12,000 pounds of cocaine worth …

Video: Coast Guard Seizes $181 Million of Cocaine on Submarine

The U.S. Coast Guard seized 12,000 pounds of cocaine worth an estimated $181 million when it intercepted a makeshift submarine in the eastern Pacific Ocean last month, which is said by the Coast Guard to be their largest drug seizure ever.

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Swedish Military Confirms Foreign Submarine in Local Waters

Sweden’s military confirmed that a citizen spotted an unknown submarine off the coast of Stockholm on October 31. The government did not confirm the submarine’s nationality, but authorities believe it belonged to Russia.