Desperate hunt for Indonesian submarine as oxygen set to run out

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The head of the Indonesian navy says a missing submarine with 53 sailors on board will run out of oxygen by Saturday.

A search and rescue operation is under way where an oil spill has been spotted off the coast of Bali.

Al Jazeera’s Jessica Washington reports from Jakarta, Indonesia.

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