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A picture taken on September 2, 2018 off the shore of the Lebanese town of Khaldeh, about 10 kilometres south of the capital Beirut at a depth of 38 metres underwater shows divers near the wreckage of the WWII-era French submarine Souffleur. Souffleur, a Vichy-government vessel, was sunk on June 25, 1941 after being torpedoed by the British submarine HMS Parthian during the combined British-Free French campaign in the Levant, leaving 51 crewmembers to drown with only four survivors. (Photo by IBRAHIM CHALHOUB / AFP) (Photo by IBRAHIM CHALHOUB/AFP via Getty Images)
A picture taken on September 2, 2018 off the shore of the Lebanese town of Khaldeh, about 10 kilometres south of the capital Beirut at a depth of 38 metres underwater shows divers near the wreckage of the WWII-era French submarine Souffleur. Souffleur, a Vichy-government vessel, was sunk on June 25, 1941 after being torpedoed by the British submarine HMS Parthian during the combined British-Free French campaign in the Levant, leaving 51 crewmembers to drown with only four survivors. (Photo by IBRAHIM CHALHOUB / AFP) (Photo by IBRAHIM CHALHOUB/AFP via Getty Images)
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IBRAHIM CHALHOUB / Contributor
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AFP
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02 September, 2018
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