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A Mystery Shipwreck in Canada Might Be Tied to the 1917 Halifax Explosion

A century ago, a French cargo ship filled with explosives ignited spectacularly in Nova Scotia's Halifax Harbor. Researchers think that an unidentified schooner lying at the bottom of the harbor may have been another victim of the blast.
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