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Missing Argentine submarine may have attempted contact 7 times

Argentine sub may have sent signals 7 times

Seven brief satellite signals have been detected that may have come from an Argentine submarine that went missing three days ago with 44 crew members aboard.

Argentina's Navy said in a post on Twitter that the failed calls, which lasted between four and 36 seconds, "indicate that the crew is trying to re-establish contact, so we are working to locate the source of the emissions."

The ARA San Juan lost contact with Navy command on Wednesday. The country's defense ministry said Sunday it has not confirmed the source of the signals.

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Vatican: New probe begun into alleged sex at youth seminary

Vatican opens new probe into sex assault allegationsThe Holy See says a fresh investigation has been opened into allegations a future priest had sex with a fellow student when they were teenagers at its youth seminary in Vatican City.

The Vatican on Saturday said there were "signals" starting in 2013, some of them provided anonymously, about the case at St. Pius X Pre-Seminary, which serves middle- and high school students.

It said officials at the seminary and the bishop of Como investigated, but didn't find "adequate" confirmation.

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Argentine navy loses contact with submarine

Argentine Navy loses contact with subArgentina's navy said Friday it has lost contact with a submarine off the country's southern coast, but doesn't consider it lost.

The navy's Twitter feed said that communications were lost Wednesday with the ARA San Juan, a German-built diesel-electric vessel with 44 crewmembers aboard.

It said navy ships and aircraft were searching near the last known location of the vessel off the province of Chabut. It also said it was scanning all possible radio transmission frequencies for a sign of the San Juan.

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Ouch! Germany replaces U.S. as country with best global image

Germany replaces the USA as country with best global image

Germany has replaced the United States as the country with the best "brand image," according to a new study of 50 countries released Thursday.

The Nation Brands Index (NBI) survey by German-based market research firm GfK and the British political consultant Simon Anholt measured public opinion around the world on "the power and quality of each country's 'brand image.'"

Germany moved up to first place after coming in second in 2016. The U.S. dropped from top to sixth, with France, Britain, Canada and Japan taking spots two to five.

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UCLA Basketball Players Admit To Shoplifting In China, Are Suspended From Team

UCLA basketball players admit to shoplifting in China

Three UCLA freshmen have been suspended indefinitely from the basketball team, one day after returning home from China, where they were detained and accused of shoplifting, announced head coach Steve Alford at a news conference at the university on Wednesday.

"They're going to have to regain the trust of this athletic department, of this university, and because this was such a high-profile international matter, the trust of the general public," Alford said, adding that the school is working through a review process with its office of student conduct.

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Australia's PM wants marriage equality by Christmas after 'overwhelming' vote

Australia's PM wants marriage equality by Xmas after overwhelming vote

The Australian parliament must commit to deliver marriage equality by Christmas, the prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, has said after an “unequivocal, overwhelming” vote of 61.6% in favour of same-sex marriage in an unprecedented national postal survey.

As nationwide celebrations heralded a result that will give enormous momentum to a final push to achieve the historic social reform, Turnbull moved to head off attempts from conservatives in his ruling Liberal-National Coalition to frustrate or delay the legislative process.

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After 37 years, rule of Zimbabwe's Mugabe appears to be over

Zimbabwe rule may be overZimbabwe's military controls the capital and the state broadcaster and is holding President Robert Mugabe, 93, and his wife under house arrest. It appears that the world's oldest head of state has been deposed by a coup.

But the military is at pains to say it did not stage a military takeover, instead starting a process to restore Zimbabwe's democracy.

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