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Third Attempt to Rescue Stranded Ship in Antarctic Ice

Extreme conditions have so far prevented the successful rescue of a vessel full of researchers.
12/29/2013

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Now, to the race against time to free a cruise ship. Extreme conditions ended the first two rescue missions. New hope that the third time will be the charm for the dozens of passengers stranded at sea... See More
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