Argentina: Thousands march 40 years after military dictatorship began

Argentina: Thousands march 40 years after military dictatorship began
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Thousands of people have marched in Buenos Aires to mark the 40th anniversary of the start of Argentina’s military dictatorship, calling for justice

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Thousands of people have marched in Buenos Aires to mark the 40th anniversary of the start of Argentina’s military dictatorship, calling for justice for its victims.

The rally was led by the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo, whose children were among tens of thousands who disappeared, as the regime kidnapped, tortured and murdered its opponents.

Op-ed: Why it's time to stop calling it Argentina's 'Dirty War'. https://t.co/SymFxxMTWA

— ArgentinaIndependent (@argentinaindy) 23 March 2016

#Obama: United States “has to examine” its own policies during Argentina's 1976-83 dictatorship. https://t.co/eWzBZVD6Ie

— ArgentinaIndependent (@argentinaindy) 24 March 2016

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