Seven Sailors Trapped in Russian Submarine Russian, U.S. and British authorities race against time to rescue seven sailors trapped on a mini-submarine beneath Russia's Pacific waters. The AS-28 mini-sub, seen at left in a file photo, became snagged in undersea cables Thursday.
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Seven Sailors Trapped in Russian Submarine

Russia Holds Out Hope for Trapped Sailors

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Time Running Out for Russian Sub Crew

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U.S. Navy to Help Attempt to Save Russian Sub

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