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April 01, 2022 
Veronica Castelli, whose parents disappeared during Argentina's military dictatorship, reacts at a court... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Argentina hands out sentences to former military over dictatorship crimes 
Veronica Castelli, whose parents disappeared during Argentina's military dictatorship, reacts at a court hearing where prison sentences were handed out to former military officers for crimes committed in a clandestine detention centre known as Vesubio during the dictatorship, in Buenos Aires, Argentina April 1, 2022. REUTERS/Mariana Nedelcu 
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
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April 01, 2022 
Veronica Castelli wears buttons with pictures of her parents who disappeared during Argentina's military... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Argentina hands out sentences to former military over dictatorship crimes 
Veronica Castelli wears buttons with pictures of her parents who disappeared during Argentina's military dictatorship, at a court hearing where prison sentences were handed out to former military officers for crimes committed in a clandestine detention centre known as Vesubio during the dictatorship, in Buenos Aires, Argentina April 1, 2022. REUTERS/Mariana Nedelcu 
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
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April 01, 2022 
David Cabrera, a former officer in the Argentine army, attends a court hearing where he was sentenced... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Argentina hands out sentences to former military over dictatorship crimes 
David Cabrera, a former officer in the Argentine army, attends a court hearing where he was sentenced to life in jail for crimes committed in a clandestine detention centre known as Vesubio during the country's military dictatorship, in Buenos Aires, Argentina April 1, 2022. REUTERS/Mariana Nedelcu 
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
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April 01, 2022 
Veronica Castelli, whose parents disappeared during Argentina's military dictatorship, holds the hand... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Argentina hands out sentences to former military over dictatorship crimes 
Veronica Castelli, whose parents disappeared during Argentina's military dictatorship, holds the hand of a companion during a court hearing where prison sentences were handed out to former military officers for crimes committed in a clandestine detention centre known as Vesubio during the dictatorship, in Buenos Aires, Argentina April 1, 2022. REUTERS/Mariana Nedelcu 
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
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April 01, 2022 
Judges preside over a court hearing where prison sentences were handed out to former military officers... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Argentina hands out sentences to former military over dictatorship crimes 
Judges preside over a court hearing where prison sentences were handed out to former military officers for crimes committed in a clandestine detention centre known as Vesubio during the country?s military dictatorship, in Buenos Aires, Argentina April 1, 2022. REUTERS/Mariana Nedelcu 
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
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April 01, 2022 
David Cabrera, a former officer in the Argentine army, attends a court hearing where he was sentenced... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Argentina hands out sentences to former military over dictatorship crimes 
David Cabrera, a former officer in the Argentine army, attends a court hearing where he was sentenced to life in jail for crimes committed in a clandestine detention centre known as Vesubio during the country's military dictatorship, in Buenos Aires, Argentina April 1, 2022. REUTERS/Mariana Nedelcu 
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
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April 01, 2022 
A poster showing people said to have disappeared or been killed in a clandestine detention centre known... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Argentina hands out sentences to former military over dictatorship crimes 
A poster showing people said to have disappeared or been killed in a clandestine detention centre known as Vesubio during Argentina's military dictatorship is seen during a court hearing where prison sentences were handed out to former military officers for crimes committed at the centre, in Buenos Aires, Argentina April 1, 2022. REUTERS/Mariana Nedelcu 
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
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April 01, 2022 
Veronica Castelli, whose parents disappeared during Argentina's military dictatorship, reacts at a court... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Argentina hands out sentences to former military over dictatorship crimes 
Veronica Castelli, whose parents disappeared during Argentina's military dictatorship, reacts at a court hearing where prison sentences were handed out to former military officers for crimes committed in a clandestine detention centre known as Vesubio during the dictatorship, in Buenos Aires, Argentina April 1, 2022. REUTERS/Mariana Nedelcu 
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
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April 01, 2022 
David Cabrera, a former officer in the Argentine army, attends a court hearing where he was sentenced... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Argentina hands out sentences to former military over dictatorship crimes 
David Cabrera, a former officer in the Argentine army, attends a court hearing where he was sentenced to life in jail for crimes committed in a clandestine detention centre known as Vesubio during the country's military dictatorship, in Buenos Aires, Argentina April 1, 2022. REUTERS/Mariana Nedelcu 
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
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April 01, 2022 
Veronica Castelli, whose parents disappeared during Argentina's military dictatorship, reacts at a court... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Argentina hands out sentences to former military over dictatorship crimes 
Veronica Castelli, whose parents disappeared during Argentina's military dictatorship, reacts at a court hearing where prison sentences were handed out to former military officers for crimes committed in a clandestine detention centre known as Vesubio during the dictatorship, in Buenos Aires, Argentina April 1, 2022. REUTERS/Mariana Nedelcu 
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
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April 01, 2022 
Judge Maria Gabriela Lopez Iniguez attends a court hearing where prison sentences were handed out to... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Argentina hands out sentences to former military over dictatorship crimes 
Judge Maria Gabriela Lopez Iniguez attends a court hearing where prison sentences were handed out to former military officers for crimes committed in a clandestine detention centre known as Vesubio during the country's military dictatorship, in Buenos Aires, Argentina April 1, 2022. REUTERS/Mariana Nedelcu 
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
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November 29, 2017 
A sign that reads "Judgement and punishment" is seen outside a courthouse where the sentence hearing... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
A sign that reads "Judgement and punishment" is seen outside a courhtouse where the sentence hearing... 
A sign that reads "Judgement and punishment" is seen outside a courthouse where the sentence hearing of the five-year trial for the role of Navy officers during the 1976-1983 dictatorship is being held, in Buenos Aires, November 29, 2017. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci 
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
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November 29, 2017 
People hold up portraits of those who disappeared during Argentina's military dictatorship, as the sentence... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
People hold up portraits of those who disappeared during Argentina's military dictatorship, as the sentence... 
People hold up portraits of those who disappeared during Argentina's military dictatorship, as the sentence hearing of the five-year trial for the role of Navy officers during the 1976-1983 dictatorship is being held inside a courthouse in Buenos Aires, November 29, 2017. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci 
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
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November 29, 2017 
Former Argentine navy officers and other members of Argentina's Naval Mechanics School, known as the... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Former Argentine navy officers and other members of Argentina's Naval Mechanics School attend the sentence... 
Former Argentine navy officers and other members of Argentina's Naval Mechanics School, known as the ESMA, where the military regime held and tortured thousands of leftists from 1976 to 1983, attend the sentence hearing of the five-year trial for their role during the 1976-1983 dictatorship alongside with their lawyers in Buenos Aires, November 29, 2017. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci 
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
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November 29, 2017 
Estela de Carlotto, president of human rights organisation Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo (Grandmothers of... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Estela de Carlotto, president of human rights organisation Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo (Grandmothers of... 
Estela de Carlotto, president of human rights organisation Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo (Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo), arrives to a courthouse where the sentence hearing of the five-year trial for the role of Navy officers during the 1976-1983 dictatorship is being held, in Buenos Aires, November 29, 2017. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci 
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
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November 29, 2017 
Former Argentine navy officer Afredo Astiz and other members of Argentina's Naval Mechanics School, known... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Former Argentine navy officer Astiz and other members of Argentina's Naval Mechanics School attend the... 
Former Argentine navy officer Afredo Astiz and other members of Argentina's Naval Mechanics School, known as the ESMA, where the military regime held and tortured thousands of leftists from 1976 to 1983, attend the sentence hearing of the five-year trial for their role during the 1976-1983 dictatorship in Buenos Aires, November 29, 2017. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci 
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
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November 29, 2017 
People hold up portraits of those who disappeared during Argentina's military dictatorship, behind former... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
People hold up portraits of those who disappeared during Argentina's military dictatorship, behind former... 
People hold up portraits of those who disappeared during Argentina's military dictatorship, behind former Navy officers on trial for their role during the 1976-1983 dictatorship, in Buenos Aires, November 29, 2017. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci 
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
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November 29, 2017 
A woman sits next to portraits of people who disappeared during Argentina's military dictatorship, outside... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
A woman sits next to portraits of people who disappeared during Argentina's military dictatorship, outside... 
A woman sits next to portraits of people who disappeared during Argentina's military dictatorship, outside a courthouse where the sentence hearing of the five-year trial for the role of Navy officers during the 1976-1983 dictatorship is being held, in Buenos Aires, November 29, 2017. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci 
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
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November 29, 2017 
People hold up portraits of those who disappeared during Argentina's military dictatorship, as the sentence... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
People hold up portraits of those who disappeared during Argentina's military dictatorship, as the sentence... 
People hold up portraits of those who disappeared during Argentina's military dictatorship, as the sentence hearing of the five-year trial for the role of Navy officers during the 1976-1983 dictatorship is being held inside a courthouse in Buenos Aires, November 29, 2017. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci 
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
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November 29, 2017 
Former Argentine navy officers Jorge Acosta (L) and Alfredo Astiz (2nd R) and other members of Argentina's... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Former Argentine navy officers Acosta and Astiz and other members of Argentina's Naval Mechanics School... 
Former Argentine navy officers Jorge Acosta (L) and Alfredo Astiz (2nd R) and other members of Argentina's Naval Mechanics School, known as the ESMA, where the military regime held and tortured thousands of leftists from 1976 to 1983, attend the sentence hearing of the five-year trial for their role during the 1976-1983 dictatorship in Buenos Aires, November 29, 2017. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci 
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
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November 29, 2017 
Former Argentine navy officers Jorge Acosta (L) and Alfredo Astiz and other members of Argentina's Naval... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Former Argentine navy officers Acosta and Astiz and other members of Argentina's Naval Mechanics School... 
Former Argentine navy officers Jorge Acosta (L) and Alfredo Astiz and other members of Argentina's Naval Mechanics School, known as the ESMA, where the military regime held and tortured thousands of leftists from 1976 to 1983, attend the sentence hearing of the five-year trial for their role during the 1976-1983 dictatorship in Buenos Aires, November 29, 2017. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci 
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
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November 29, 2017 
Former Argentine navy officer Afredo Astiz and other members of Argentina's Naval Mechanics School, known... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Former Argentine navy officer Astiz and other members of Argentina's Naval Mechanics School attend the... 
Former Argentine navy officer Afredo Astiz and other members of Argentina's Naval Mechanics School, known as the ESMA, where the military regime held and tortured thousands of leftists from 1976 to 1983, attend the sentence hearing of the five-year trial for their role during the 1976-1983 dictatorship in Buenos Aires, November 29, 2017. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci 
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
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November 29, 2017 
Former Argentine navy officers Jorge Acosta (L) and Alfredo Astiz (2nd R) and other members of Argentina's... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Former Argentine navy officers Acosta and Astiz and other members of Argentina's Naval Mechanics School... 
Former Argentine navy officers Jorge Acosta (L) and Alfredo Astiz (2nd R) and other members of Argentina's Naval Mechanics School, known as the ESMA, where the military regime held and tortured thousands of leftists from 1976 to 1983, attend the sentence hearing of the five-year trial for their role during the 1976-1983 dictatorship in Buenos Aires, November 29, 2017. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci 
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/
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October 25, 2014 
Estela de Carlotto, president of human rights organization Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo (Grandmothers of... 
La Plata, Argentina 
Carlotto president of human rights organization 'Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo' sits in a courtroom to attend... 
Estela de Carlotto, president of human rights organization Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo (Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo), sits in a courtroom to attend the final stage of the trial of the 21 men charged with kidnapping, torture and murder during the Argentina's last dictatorship at a clandestine detention centre known as La Cacha, in La Plata, October 24, 2014. The centre located in the city of La Plata, is believed to have been used between 1976 and 1978. It is estimated that at least 200 people were held there, many of whom were tortured and killed. Carlotto's daughter was abducted in 1977and she was taken to "La Cacha. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY) 
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October 25, 2014 
Estela de Carlotto (top C), president of human rights organization Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo (Grandmothers... 
La Plata, Argentina 
Carlotto president of human rights organization 'Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo' sits in a courtroom to attend... 
Estela de Carlotto (top C), president of human rights organization Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo (Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo), sits in a courtroom to attend the final stage of the trial of the 21 men charged with kidnapping, torture and murder during the Argentina's last dictatorship at a clandestine detention centre known as La Cacha, in La Plata, October 24, 2014. The centre located in the city of La Plata, is believed to have been used between 1976 and 1978. It is estimated that at least 200 people were held there, many of whom were tortured and killed. Carlotto's daughter was abducted in 1977and she was taken to "La Cacha. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY) 
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October 25, 2014 
Issac Crespin Miranda (R), former prison official, shouts to the public as he is led into a courtroom... 
La Plata, Argentina 
Miranda, former prison official, is led into a courtroom to hear the veredict in his trial for his role... 
Issac Crespin Miranda (R), former prison official, shouts to the public as he is led into a courtroom to hear the verdict in his trial for his role in the kidnapping, murder and torture of people during the Argentina's last dictatorship in the notorious clandestine detention centre known as La Cacha, in La Plata, Buenos Aires province October 24, 2104.The centre located in the city of La Plata, is believed to have been used between 1976 and 1978. It is estimated that at least 200 people were held there, many of whom were tortured and killed. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY) 
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/
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October 25, 2014 
Some of the twenty-one men charged with crimes against humanity during Argentina's last dictatorship... 
La Plata, Argentina 
Some of the twenty-one men charged with crimes against humanity during Argentina's last dictatorship... 
Some of the twenty-one men charged with crimes against humanity during Argentina's last dictatorship sit in a courtroom to hear the verdict in their trial in La Plata October 24, 2014. They are accused of kidnapping, murder and torture of people in the centre located in the city of La Plata, wich is believed to have been used between 1976 and 1978. It is estimated that at least 200 people were held there, many of whom were tortured and killed. Former police officers, prison officials, military an navy officers are amongst the accused. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY) 
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October 25, 2014 
Hector Acuna (C) former army officer gestures as he is taken away from a courtroom after hearing the... 
La Plata, Argentina 
Acuna, former army officer, gestures as he is taken away from a courtroom after hearing the verdict in... 
Hector Acuna (C) former army officer gestures as he is taken away from a courtroom after hearing the verdict in the final stage of their trial for their role in the kidnapping, murder and torture of people during the Argentina's last dictatorship in the notorious clandestine detention centre known as La Cacha, in La Plata, Buenos Aires province October 24, 2104. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY) 
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October 25, 2014 
Miguel Etchecolatz (C) former Buenos Aires province's Chief of Police is taken away from a courtroom... 
La Plata, Argentina 
Etchecolatz , former Buenos Aires province's Chief of Police, is taken away from a courtroom after hearing... 
Miguel Etchecolatz (C) former Buenos Aires province's Chief of Police is taken away from a courtroom after hearing the verdict in the final stage of his trial for his role in the kidnapping, murder and torture of people during the Argentina's last dictatorship in the notorious clandestine detention centre known as La Cacha, in La Plata, Buenos Aires province October 24, 2104. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY) 
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October 25, 2014 
Miguel Etchecolatz (center R), former Buenos Aires province's Chief of Police and Hector Acuna (center... 
La Plata, Argentina 
Etchecolatz, former Buenos Aires province's Chief of Police and Acuna former army officer, gesture as... 
Miguel Etchecolatz (center R), former Buenos Aires province's Chief of Police and Hector Acuna (center L) former army officer, gesture as they are taken away from a courtroom after hearing the veredicts in the final stage of their trial for their role in the kidnapping, murder and torture of people during the Argentina's last dictatorship in the notorius clandestine detention centre known as La Cacha, in La Plata, Buenos Aires province October 24, 2104. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY) 
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October 24, 2014 
A man puts up posters that read, "These are those who committed genocide at La Cacha" showing the pictures... 
La Plata, Argentina 
Man puts up posters showing pictures of twenty-one people who are currently on trial for their involvement... 
A man puts up posters that read, "These are those who committed genocide at La Cacha" showing the pictures of the twenty-one people who are currently on trial for their involvement in the kidnapping, torture and murder at La Cacha, an illegal detention centre used during Argentina's last dictatorship, in La Plata October 24, 2014. Their verdicts will be handed out later on Friday. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: MILITARY CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST) 
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October 24, 2014 
Former army officer Raul Ricardo Espinoza (C) is led into a courtroom to attend the final stage of his... 
La Plata, Argentina 
Former army officer Raul Ricardo Espinoza is led into a courtroom to attend the final stage of his trial... 
Former army officer Raul Ricardo Espinoza (C) is led into a courtroom to attend the final stage of his trial for his role in the kidnapping, murder and torture of people during Argentina's last dictatorship in La Plata October 24, 2014. He and 20 others are charged with crimes against humanity in the notorious clandestine detention centre known as La Cacha in La Plata, Buenos Aires province. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY CRIME LAW) 
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October 24, 2014 
Former army officer Roberto Armando Balmaceda (L) is led into a courtroom to attend the final stage of... 
La Plata, Argentina 
Former army officer Roberto Armando Balmaceda is led into a courtroom to attend the final stage of his... 
Former army officer Roberto Armando Balmaceda (L) is led into a courtroom to attend the final stage of his trial for his role in the kidnapping, murder and torture of people during Argentina's last dictatorship in La Plata October 24, 2014. He and 20 others are charged with crimes against humanity in the notorious clandestine detention centre known as La Cacha in La Plata, Buenos Aires province. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY CRIME LAW) 
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October 24, 2014 
Former army officer Ricardo Armando Fernandez (C) is led into a courtroom to attend the final stage of... 
La Plata, Argentina 
Former army officer Ricardo Armando Fernandez is led into a courtroom to attend the final stage of his... 
Former army officer Ricardo Armando Fernandez (C) is led into a courtroom to attend the final stage of his trial for his role in the kidnapping, murder and torture of people during Argentina's last dictatorship in La Plata October 24, 2014. He and 20 others are charged with crimes against humanity in the notorious clandestine detention centre known as La Cacha in La Plata, Buenos Aires province. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW) 
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October 24, 2014 
Miguel Etchecolatz (C), former Buenos Aires province's chief of police, is led into a courtroom to attend... 
La Plata, Argentina 
Miguel Etchecolatz, former Buenos Aires province's chief of police, is led into a courtroom to attend... 
Miguel Etchecolatz (C), former Buenos Aires province's chief of police, is led into a courtroom to attend the final stage of his trial for his role in the kidnapping, murder and torture of people during Argentina's last dictatorship in La Plata October 24, 2014. He and 20 others are charged with crimes against humanity in the notorious clandestine detention centre known as La Cacha in La Plata, Buenos Aires province. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW) 
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October 24, 2014 
Miguel Etchecolatz (C), former Buenos Aires province's chief of police, is led into a courtroom to attend... 
La Plata, Argentina 
Miguel Etchecolatz, former Buenos Aires province's chief of police, is led into a courtroom to attend... 
Miguel Etchecolatz (C), former Buenos Aires province's chief of police, is led into a courtroom to attend the final stage of his trial for his role in the kidnapping, murder and torture of people during Argentina's last dictatorship in La Plata October 24, 2014. He and 20 others are charged with crimes against humanity in the notorious clandestine detention centre known as La Cacha in La Plata, Buenos Aires province. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW) 
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March 01, 2014 
Member of human rights group Madres de Plaza de Mayo (Mothers of the Disappeared) Tati Almeyda (L) and... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Member of human rights group Madres de Plaza de Mayo after the veredict in the trial against former Astiz... 
Member of human rights group Madres de Plaza de Mayo (Mothers of the Disappeared) Tati Almeyda (L) and a friend react after hearing the veredict in the trial against former Argentine navy officer Alfredo Astiz and other military officers in Buenos Aires October 26, 2011. Astiz, also known as the "Blond Angel of Death" for his role in the 1976-83 dictatorship and sought in France for the murder of French nuns Alice Domon and Leonie Duquet, and other 1970 death squad members were jailed for life on Wednesday in one of the country's biggest human right cases. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE 
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November 28, 2012 
Former Argentine navy officer Alfredo Astiz, also known as the "Blonde Angel of Death" for his role in... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Former Argentine navy officer Astiz, also known as the "Blonde Angel of Death" for his role in the 1976-1983... 
Former Argentine navy officer Alfredo Astiz, also known as the "Blonde Angel of Death" for his role in the 1976-1983 dictatorship and sought in France for the murder of French nuns Alice Domon and Leonie Duquet, attends a trial in Buenos Aires November 28, 2012. Astiz, and 67 other ex-police and military officers are charged with crimes against humanity at the Naval Mechanics School, or ESMA, Argentina's most notorious political prison, during the country's "Dirty War" against leftists. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW MILITARY POLITICS HEADSHOT) 
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November 28, 2012 
Activists hang a picture of Argentine writer and journalist Rodolfo Walsh, who disappeared during Argentina's... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Activists hang a picture of Argentine writer and journalist Walsh, who disappeared during Argentina's... 
Activists hang a picture of Argentine writer and journalist Rodolfo Walsh, who disappeared during Argentina's 1976-1983 dictatorship, outside the courthouse where former military and police officers are attending a trial in Buenos Aires November 28, 2012. Sixty-eight ex-police and military officers, including Alfredo Astiz, known as the "Blond Angel of Death" for his role in the 1976-1983 dictatorship and sought in France for the murder of French nuns Alice Domon and Leonie Duquet, are charged with crimes against humanity at the Naval Mechanics School, or ESMA, Argentina's most notorious political prison, during the country's "Dirty War" against leftists. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW MILITARY POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
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November 28, 2012 
Former Argentine military and police officers attend a trial in Buenos Aires November 28, 2012. Sixty-eight... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Former Argentine military and police officers attend a trial in Buenos Aires 
Former Argentine military and police officers attend a trial in Buenos Aires November 28, 2012. Sixty-eight ex-police and military officers, including Alfredo Astiz, known as the "Blond Angel of Death" for his role in the 1976-1983 dictatorship and sought in France for the murder of French nuns Alice Domon and Leonie Duquet, are charged with crimes against humanity at the Naval Mechanics School, or ESMA, Argentina's most notorious political prison, during the country's "Dirty War" against leftists. Relatives of victims of the dictatorship are seen in the balcony above. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW MILITARY POLITICS) 
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November 28, 2012 
Former Argentine navy officer Alfredo Astiz, also known as the "Blonde Angel of Death" for his role in... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Former Argentine navy officer Astiz, also known as the "Blonde Angel of Death" for his role in the 1976-1983... 
Former Argentine navy officer Alfredo Astiz, also known as the "Blonde Angel of Death" for his role in the 1976-1983 dictatorship and sought in France for the murder of French nuns Alice Domon and Leonie Duquet, attends a trial in Buenos Aires November 28, 2012. Astiz, and 67 other ex-police and military officers are charged with crimes against humanity at the Naval Mechanics School, or ESMA, Argentina's most notorious political prison, during the country's "Dirty War" against leftists. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW MILITARY POLITICS) 
ARGENTINA/
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November 28, 2012 
Former Argentine navy officer Jorge Acosta attends a trial in Buenos Aires November 28, 2012. Acosta... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Former Argentine navy officer Acosta attends a trial in Buenos Aires 
Former Argentine navy officer Jorge Acosta attends a trial in Buenos Aires November 28, 2012. Acosta and 67 other ex-police and military officers, including Alfredo Astiz, also known as the "Blond Angel of Death" for his role in the 1976-83 dictatorship and sought in France for the murder of French nuns Alice Domon and Leonie Duquet, are charged with crimes against humanity at the Naval Mechanics School, or ESMA, Argentina's most notorious political prison, during the country's "Dirty War" against leftists. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW MILITARY POLITICS) 
ARGENTINA/
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November 28, 2012 
Former Argentine navy officer Alfredo Astiz, also known as the "Blonde Angel of Death" for his role in... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Former Argentine navy officer Astiz, also known as the "Blonde Angel of Death" for his role in the 1976-1983... 
Former Argentine navy officer Alfredo Astiz, also known as the "Blonde Angel of Death" for his role in the 1976-1983 dictatorship and sought in France for the murder of French nuns Alice Domon and Leonie Duquet, attends a trial in Buenos Aires November 28, 2012. Astiz, and 67 other ex-police and military officers are charged with crimes against humanity at the Naval Mechanics School, or ESMA, Argentina's most notorious political prison, during the country's "Dirty War" against leftists. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW MILITARY POLITICS) 
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July 05, 2012 
Members of human rights groups and others react after hearing the verdict in the trial of former Argentine... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Members of human rights groups and others react after hearing the verdict in the trial of former Argentine... 
Members of human rights groups and others react after hearing the verdict in the trial of former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla and other military officers in Buenos Aires July 5, 2012. An Argentine court charged Videla with a 50-year jail sentence on Thursday for the systematic theft of babies from political prisoners during the 1976-1983 "Dirty War" dictatorship. The missing children stolen from their parents and illegally adopted by military families are one of the most painful legacies of the crackdown on leftist dissent in which rights groups say up to 30,000 people were killed. Just over 100 of the have discovered their true identities, but many families are still searching more than three decades later.The posters read, "Give back the children". REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
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July 05, 2012 
Members of human rights groups and other organisation react after hearing the verdict in the trial of... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Members of human rights groups and other organisation react after hearing the verdict in the trial of... 
Members of human rights groups and other organisation react after hearing the verdict in the trial of former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla and other military officers in Buenos Aires July 5, 2012. An Argentine court charged Videla with a 50 year jail sentence on Thursday for the systematic theft of babies from political prisoners during the 1976-1982 "Dirty War" dictatorship. The missing children stolen from their parents and illegally adopted by military families are one of the most painful legacies of the crackdown on leftist dissent in which rights groups say up to 30,000 people were killed. Just over 100 of them have discovered their true identities, but many families are still searching more than three decades later. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
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July 05, 2012 
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla listen to the verdict during his trial in a courthouse in Buenos... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla listen to the verdict during his trial in a courthouse in Buenos... 
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla listen to the verdict during his trial in a courthouse in Buenos Aires July 5, 2012. An Argentine court charged Videla with a 50 year jail sentence on Thursday for the systematic theft of babies from political prisoners during the 1976-1982 "Dirty War" dictatorship. The missing children stolen from their parents and illegally adopted by military families are one of the most painful legacies of the crackdown on leftist dissent in which rights groups say up to 30,000 people were killed. Just over 100 of them have discovered their true identities, but many families are still searching more than three decades later. Videla was charged with a 50 year jail sentence. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
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July 05, 2012 
Members of human rights groups and others organisations react after hearing the verdict in the trial... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Members of human rights groups and others organisations react after hearing the verdict in the trial... 
Members of human rights groups and others organisations react after hearing the verdict in the trial of former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla and other military officers in Buenos Aires July 5, 2012. An Argentine court charged Videla with a 50 year jail sentence on Thursday for the systematic theft of babies from political prisoners during the 1976-1982 "Dirty War" dictatorship. The missing children stolen from their parents and illegally adopted by military families are one of the most painful legacies of the crackdown on leftist dissent in which rights groups say up to 30,000 people were killed. Just over 100 of them have discovered their true identities, but many families are still searching more than three decades later. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
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July 05, 2012 
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla listens to the verdict during his trial in a courthouse in Buenos... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla listens to the verdict during his trial in a courthouse in Buenos... 
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla listens to the verdict during his trial in a courthouse in Buenos Aires, July 5, 2012. An Argentine court charged Videla with a 50 year jail sentence on Thursday for the systematic theft of babies from political prisoners during the 1976-1982 "Dirty War" dictatorship. The missing children stolen from their parents and illegally adopted by military families are one of the most painful legacies of the crackdown on leftist dissent in which rights groups say up to 30,000 people were killed. Just over 100 of them have discovered their true identities, but many families are still searching more than three decades later. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
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July 05, 2012 
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla listens to the verdict during his trial in a courthouse in Buenos... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla listens to the verdict during his trial in a courthouse in Buenos... 
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla listens to the verdict during his trial in a courthouse in Buenos Aires, July 5, 2012. An Argentine court charged Videla with a 50 year jail sentence on Thursday for the systematic theft of babies from political prisoners during the 1976-1982 "Dirty War" dictatorship. The missing children stolen from their parents and illegally adopted by military families are one of the most painful legacies of the crackdown on leftist dissent in which rights groups say up to 30,000 people were killed. Just over 100 of them have discovered their true identities, but many families are still searching more than three decades later. Videla was charged with a 50 year jail sentence. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
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July 05, 2012 
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla (L) and Reynaldo Bignone, a former general who ruled Argentina... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Jorge Videla and Reynaldo Bignone listen to the verdict during their trial in a courthouse in Buenos... 
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla (L) and Reynaldo Bignone, a former general who ruled Argentina in 1982-1983, listen to the verdict during their trial in a courthouse in Buenos Aires, July 5, 2012. An Argentine court jailed the two former dictators and other military officials on Thursday for the systematic theft of babies from political prisoners during the 1976-1982 "Dirty War" dictatorship. The missing children stolen from their parents and illegally adopted by military families are one of the most painful legacies of the crackdown on leftist dissent in which rights groups say up to 30,000 people were killed. Just over 100 of them have discovered their true identities, but many families are still searching more than three decades later. Jorge Videla was charged with a 50 year jail sentence while Reynaldo Bignone was charged with a 15 year jail sentence. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
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July 05, 2012 
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla (C) and Reynaldo Bignone, a former general who ruled Argentina... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Jorge Videla and Reynaldo Bignone listen to the verdict during their trial in a courthouse in Buenos... 
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla (C) and Reynaldo Bignone, a former general who ruled Argentina in 1982-1983, listen to the verdict during their trial in a courthouse in Buenos Aires, July 5, 2012. An Argentine court jailed the two former dictators and other military officials on Thursday for the systematic theft of babies from political prisoners during the 1976-1982 "Dirty War" dictatorship. The missing children stolen from their parents and illegally adopted by military families are one of the most painful legacies of the crackdown on leftist dissent in which rights groups say up to 30,000 people were killed. Just over 100 of them have discovered their true identities, but many families are still searching more than three decades later. Jorge Videla was charged with a 50 year jail sentence while Reynaldo Bignone was charged with a 15 year jail sentence. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
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July 05, 2012 
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla (C) and Reynaldo Bignone, a former general who ruled Argentina... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Jorge Videla and Reynaldo Bignone listen to the verdict during their trial in a courthouse in Buenos... 
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla (C) and Reynaldo Bignone, a former general who ruled Argentina in 1982-1983, listen to the verdict during their trial in a courthouse in Buenos Aires, July 5, 2012. An Argentine court jailed the two former dictators and other military officials on Thursday for the systematic theft of babies from political prisoners during the 1976-1982 "Dirty War" dictatorship. The missing children stolen from their parents and illegally adopted by military families are one of the most painful legacies of the crackdown on leftist dissent in which rights groups say up to 30,000 people were killed. Just over 100 of them have discovered their true identities, but many families are still searching more than three decades later. Jorge Videla was charged with a 50 year jail sentence while Reynaldo Bignone was charged with a 15 year jail sentence. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
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October 27, 2011 
Former navy officers, accused of crimes at the ESMA Naval Mechanics School during the 1976-83 "Dirty... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Former navy officers, accused of crimes at the ESMA Naval Mechanics School during the 1976-83 "Dirty... 
Former navy officers, accused of crimes at the ESMA Naval Mechanics School during the 1976-83 "Dirty War", appear before their trial in Buenos Aires October 26, 2011. Former Argentine navy officer Alfredo Astiz, also known as the "Blond Angel of Death" for his role in the 1976-83 dictatorship and sought in France for the murder of French nuns Alice Domon and Leonie Duquet, and 11 other 1970s death squad members were jailed for life on Wednesday in one of Argentina's biggest human rights cases. Front row: police commissary Ernesto Weber (L), army officer Julio Cesar Coronel (2nd L); Second row: navy officers Carlos Capdevilla, Jorge Acosta, Manuel Garcia Tallada and Raul Scheller (L-4th L). REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW MILITARY POLITICS SOCIETY) 
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October 27, 2011 
Tati Almeyda (R), a member of human rights group Madres de Plaza de Mayo (Mothers of the Disappeared),... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Member of Madres de Plaza de Mayo Almeyda embraces a friend after hearing trial verdict in Buenos Aires... 
Tati Almeyda (R), a member of human rights group Madres de Plaza de Mayo (Mothers of the Disappeared), embraces a friend after hearing the verdict of the trial of former Argentine navy officer Alfredo Astiz and other military officers in Buenos Aires October 26, 2011. Astiz, also known as the "Blond Angel of Death" for his role in the 1976-83 dictatorship and sought in France for the murder of French nuns Alice Domon and Leonie Duquet, and 11 other 1970s death squad members were jailed for life on Wednesday in one of Argentina's biggest human rights cases. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SOCIETY MILITARY) 
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October 27, 2011 
A woman holds up a placard with an image of Rodolfo Walsh, who disappeared during Argentina's 1976-83... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
A woman holds up a placard with an image of Rodolfo Walsh while listening to the verdict of the trial... 
A woman holds up a placard with an image of Rodolfo Walsh, who disappeared during Argentina's 1976-83 dictatorship, while listening to the verdict of the trial of former Argentine navy officer Alfredo Astiz and other military officers in Buenos Aires October 26, 2011. Astiz, also known as the "Blond Angel of Death" for his role in the 1976-83 dictatorship and sought in France for the murder of French nuns Alice Domon and Leonie Duquet, and 11 other 1970s death squad members were jailed for life on Wednesday in one of Argentina's biggest human rights cases. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SOCIETY MILITARY) 
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October 27, 2011 
Tati Almeyda, a member of human rights group Madres de Plaza de Mayo (Mothers of the Disappeared), watches... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Member of human rights group Madres de Plaza de Mayo watches on a TV screen the trial of former Argentine... 
Tati Almeyda, a member of human rights group Madres de Plaza de Mayo (Mothers of the Disappeared), watches on a TV screen the trial of former Argentine navy officer Alfredo Astiz and other military officers in Buenos Aires October 26, 2011. Astiz, also known as the "Blond Angel of Death" for his role in the 1976-83 dictatorship and sought in France for the murder of French nuns Alice Domon and Leonie Duquet, and 11 other 1970s death squad members were jailed for life on Wednesday in one of Argentina's biggest human rights cases. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SOCIETY MILITARY) 
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October 27, 2011 
A girl wearing a pin with a picture of a relative, who disappeared during Argentina's 1976-83 dictatorship,... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
A girl watches on a TV screen the trial of former Argentine navy officer Astiz in Buenos Aires 
A girl wearing a pin with a picture of a relative, who disappeared during Argentina's 1976-83 dictatorship, watches on a TV screen the trial of former Argentine navy officer Alfredo Astiz and other military officers in Buenos Aires October 26, 2011. Astiz, also known as the "Blond Angel of Death" for his role in the 1976-83 dictatorship and sought in France for the murder of French nuns Alice Domon and Leonie Duquet, and 11 other 1970s death squad members were jailed for life on Wednesday in one of Argentina's biggest human rights cases. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SOCIETY MILITARY) 
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October 27, 2011 
Tati Almeyda, a member of human rights group Madres de Plaza de Mayo (Mothers of the Disappeared), watches... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Member of human rights group Madres de Plaza de Mayo watches on a TV screen the trial of former Argentine... 
Tati Almeyda, a member of human rights group Madres de Plaza de Mayo (Mothers of the Disappeared), watches on a TV screen the trial of former Argentine navy officer Alfredo Astiz and other military officers in Buenos Aires October 26, 2011. Astiz, also known as the "Blonde Angel of Death" for his role in the 1976-83 dictatorship and sought in France for the murder of French nuns Alice Domon and Leonie Duquet, and other 1970s death squad members were jailed for life on Wednesday in one of the country's biggest human right cases. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SOCIETY) 
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October 27, 2011 
Former Argentine navy officer Alfredo Astiz, also known as the "Blonde Angel of Death" for his role in... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Former Argentine navy officer Astiz attends a trial in Buenos Aires 
Former Argentine navy officer Alfredo Astiz, also known as the "Blonde Angel of Death" for his role in the 1976-83 dictatorship and sought in France for the murder of French nuns Alice Domon and Leonie Duquet, attends a trial in Buenos Aires October 26, 2011. Astiz and other 1970s death squad members were jailed for life on Wednesday in one of the country's biggest human right cases. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SOCIETY HEADSHOT) 
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October 27, 2011 
Former navy officers Jorge Acosta (L) and Manuel Garcia Tellada and police commissary Ernesto Weber (C),... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Former navy officers Acosta, Garcia Tellada and police commissary Weber appear during trial in Buenos... 
Former navy officers Jorge Acosta (L) and Manuel Garcia Tellada and police commissary Ernesto Weber (C), accused of crimes at the ESMA Naval Mechanics School during the 1976-83 "Dirty War", appear during a trial in Buenos Aires, October 26, 2011. Former Argentine navy officer Alfredo Astiz, also known as the "Blonde Angel of Death" for his role in the 1976-83 dictatorship and sought in France for the murder of French nuns Alice Domon and Leonie Duquet, and other 1970s death squad members were jailed for life on Wednesday in one of the country's biggest human right cases. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SOCIETY) 
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