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Sweden's search for unknown submarine

October 22, 2014, 12:08 UTC+3
Search for unknown submarine near Sweden's shores continues the fifth day
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Search for unknown submarine near Sweden's shores continues the fifth day. Photo: Swedish Navy fast-attack craft in the the Stockholm Archipelago, Sweden, Saturday October 18, 2014
Search for unknown submarine near Sweden's shores continues the fifth day. Photo: Swedish Navy fast-attack craft in the the Stockholm Archipelago, Sweden, Saturday October 18, 2014
Search for unknown submarine near Sweden's shores continues the fifth day. Photo: Swedish Navy fast-attack craft in the the Stockholm Archipelago, Sweden, Saturday October 18, 2014
© AP Photo/TT News Agency/Pontus Lundahl
 Sweden's military say an unknown submarine is staying neat Sweden’s coast. Photo: Swedish Navy minesweeper HMS Koster patrols in the Stockholm Archipelago, Sweden, October 19 2014
 Sweden's military say an unknown submarine is staying neat Sweden’s coast. Photo: Swedish Navy minesweeper HMS Koster patrols in the Stockholm Archipelago, Sweden, October 19 2014
Sweden's military say an unknown submarine is staying neat Sweden’s coast. Photo: Swedish Navy minesweeper HMS Koster patrols in the Stockholm Archipelago, Sweden, October 19 2014
© AP Photo/TT News Agency/Marko Saavala
The search is conducted using high-tech equipped naval vessels, aircraft and home guard forces. Photo: Swedish Navy fast-attack vessels, Sweden, 19 October 2014
The search is conducted using high-tech equipped naval vessels, aircraft and home guard forces. Photo: Swedish Navy fast-attack vessels, Sweden, 19 October 2014
The search is conducted using high-tech equipped naval vessels, aircraft and home guard forces. Photo: Swedish Navy fast-attack vessels, Sweden, 19 October 2014
© EPA/MARKO SAAVALA
Sweden's biggest submarine hunt since the last days of the Soviet Union has put countries around the Baltic Sea on edge. Photo: Swedish corvette HMS Stockholm patrols Jungfrufjarden in the Stockholm archipelago, Sweden, October 20, 2014
Sweden's biggest submarine hunt since the last days of the Soviet Union has put countries around the Baltic Sea on edge. Photo: Swedish corvette HMS Stockholm patrols Jungfrufjarden in the Stockholm archipelago, Sweden, October 20, 2014
Sweden's biggest submarine hunt since the last days of the Soviet Union has put countries around the Baltic Sea on edge. Photo: Swedish corvette HMS Stockholm patrols Jungfrufjarden in the Stockholm archipelago, Sweden, October 20, 2014
© AP Photo/TT News Agency, Anders Wiklund
Nine countries have access to the Baltic Sea: besides Sweden, they are Germany, Denmark, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, Finland and Estonia. Photo: A CB90-class fast assault craft lands a marine search team at Kullbaling, a small island in Stockholm's archipelago, Sweden, 20 October 2014
Nine countries have access to the Baltic Sea: besides Sweden, they are Germany, Denmark, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, Finland and Estonia. Photo: A CB90-class fast assault craft lands a marine search team at Kullbaling, a small island in Stockholm's archipelago, Sweden, 20 October 2014
Nine countries have access to the Baltic Sea: besides Sweden, they are Germany, Denmark, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, Finland and Estonia. Photo: A CB90-class fast assault craft lands a marine search team at Kullbaling, a small island in Stockholm's archipelago, Sweden, 20 October 2014
© EPA/ANDERS WIKLUND
Photo: The Swedish corvette HMS Visby navigates on Mysingen Bay, October 21, 2014
Photo: The Swedish corvette HMS Visby navigates on Mysingen Bay, October 21, 2014
Photo: The Swedish corvette HMS Visby navigates on Mysingen Bay, October 21, 2014
© AP Photo/TT News Agency, Fredrik Sandberg
Only Germany, Poland, Russia and Switzerland have own fleets of submarines
Only Germany, Poland, Russia and Switzerland have own fleets of submarines
Only Germany, Poland, Russia and Switzerland have own fleets of submarines
© AP Photo/TT News Agency, Fredrik Sandberg
Photo: The Swedish minesweeper HMS Kullen and a guard boat in Namdo Bay, Sweden, 21 October 2014
Photo: The Swedish minesweeper HMS Kullen and a guard boat in Namdo Bay, Sweden, 21 October 2014
Photo: The Swedish minesweeper HMS Kullen and a guard boat in Namdo Bay, Sweden, 21 October 2014
© EPA/FREDRIK SANDBERG
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Search for unknown submarine near Sweden's shores continues the fifth day. Photo: Swedish Navy fast-attack craft in the the Stockholm Archipelago, Sweden, Saturday October 18, 2014
© AP Photo/TT News Agency/Pontus Lundahl
Sweden's military say an unknown submarine is staying neat Sweden’s coast. Photo: Swedish Navy minesweeper HMS Koster patrols in the Stockholm Archipelago, Sweden, October 19 2014
© AP Photo/TT News Agency/Marko Saavala
The search is conducted using high-tech equipped naval vessels, aircraft and home guard forces. Photo: Swedish Navy fast-attack vessels, Sweden, 19 October 2014
© EPA/MARKO SAAVALA
Sweden's biggest submarine hunt since the last days of the Soviet Union has put countries around the Baltic Sea on edge. Photo: Swedish corvette HMS Stockholm patrols Jungfrufjarden in the Stockholm archipelago, Sweden, October 20, 2014
© AP Photo/TT News Agency, Anders Wiklund
Nine countries have access to the Baltic Sea: besides Sweden, they are Germany, Denmark, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, Finland and Estonia. Photo: A CB90-class fast assault craft lands a marine search team at Kullbaling, a small island in Stockholm's archipelago, Sweden, 20 October 2014
© EPA/ANDERS WIKLUND
Photo: The Swedish corvette HMS Visby navigates on Mysingen Bay, October 21, 2014
© AP Photo/TT News Agency, Fredrik Sandberg
Only Germany, Poland, Russia and Switzerland have own fleets of submarines
© AP Photo/TT News Agency, Fredrik Sandberg
Photo: The Swedish minesweeper HMS Kullen and a guard boat in Namdo Bay, Sweden, 21 October 2014
© EPA/FREDRIK SANDBERG

Search for unknown submarine near Sweden's shores continues the fifth day. The national Armed Forces say an unknown submarine is staying neat Sweden’s coast. The search involving hundreds of servicemen, vessels and helicopters calls up the memories of chases after Soviet submarines in the 1980's. Recent photos of the biggest operation in the Stockholm Archipelago since the Cold War in this photo gallery by TASS

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