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RTX2EKLO
May 28, 2016
Argentina's former President and Army Chief Reynaldo Bignone sits in a courthouse during the first day...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentina's former President and Army Chief Reynaldo Bignone sits in a courthouse during the first day...
Argentina's former President and Army Chief Reynaldo Bignone sits in a courthouse during the first day of his trial, accused of participating in "Operation Condor", in Buenos Aires March 5, 2013. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian/File Photo
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/
RTX2EKLL
May 28, 2016
Reynaldo Bignone, a former general who ruled Argentina in 1982-1983, appears in court during his trial...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Reynaldo Bignone, a former general who ruled Argentina, appears in court during his trial in Buenos Aires...
Reynaldo Bignone, a former general who ruled Argentina in 1982-1983, appears in court during his trial in Buenos Aires April 20, 2010. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci/File Photo
ARGENTINA-DICTATOR/
RTXZQQW
May 17, 2013
Estela de Carlotto, head of the human rights group Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo, speaks during a news conference...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Carlotto, head of the human rights group Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo, speaks during a news conference held...
Estela de Carlotto, head of the human rights group Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo, speaks during a news conference held to talk about the death of former Argentine dictator Jorge Rafael Videla in Buenos Aires May 17, 2013. Videla, an austere former army commander who led Argentina during the bloodiest days of its Dirty War dictatorship and was unrepentant about kidnappings and murders ordered by the state, died in prison on May 17, 2013, at age 87. In the back, Francisco Madariaga, son of Silvia Quintela, who disappeared during the military dictatorship, holds a framed cover of a newspaper with a picture of Videla (R) and former dictator Reynaldo Bignone with the headline "babies thieves". REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS OBITUARY)
ARGENTINA/
RTR3ELUN
March 05, 2013
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla sits in a courthouse during the first day of his trial where he...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Former Argentine dictator Videla sits in a courthouse during the first day of his trial in Buenos Aires...
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla sits in a courthouse during the first day of his trial where he is accused of participating in "Operation Condor" in Buenos Aires March 5, 2013. Operation Condor was a notorious coordinated persecution of leftists and dissidents by Latin America's military rulers in the 1970s. Twenty-five people accused of human rights violations are facing trial in the case, including Videla and former Argentine President Reynaldo Bignone. Videla was jailed for life in 2010 for murder, torture and kidnapping during the Dirty War. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ARGENTINA/
RTR3ELTY
March 05, 2013
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla (3rd R) sits in a courthouse during the first day of his trial,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Former Argentine dictator Videla sits in courthouse during first day trial in Buenos Aires
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla (3rd R) sits in a courthouse during the first day of his trial, accused of participating "Operation Condor", in Buenos Aires March 5, 2013. Operation Condor was a notorious coordinated persecution of leftists and dissidents by Latin America's military rulers in the 1970s. Twenty-five people accused of human rights violations are facing trial in the case, including Videla and former Argentine President Reynaldo Bignone. Videla was jailed for life in 2010 for murder, torture and kidnapping during the Dirty War. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
ARGENTINA/
RTR3ELTT
March 05, 2013
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla (R) sits in a courthouse during the first day of his trial, accused...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Former Argentine dictator Videla sits in courthouse during first day of trial in Buenos Aires
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla (R) sits in a courthouse during the first day of his trial, accused of participating "Operation Condor", in Buenos Aires March 5, 2013. Operation Condor was a notorious coordinated persecution of leftists and dissidents by Latin America's military rulers in the 1970s. Twenty-five people accused of human rights violations are facing trial in the case, including Videla and former Argentine President Reynaldo Bignone. Videla was jailed for life in 2010 for murder, torture and kidnapping during the Dirty War. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
ARGENTINA/
RTR3ELSQ
March 05, 2013
Argentina's former President and Army Chief Reynaldo Bignone sits in a courthouse during the first day...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentina's former President Bignone sits in a courthouse during his trial in Buenos Aires
Argentina's former President and Army Chief Reynaldo Bignone sits in a courthouse during the first day of his trial, accused of participating in "Operation Condor", in Buenos Aires March 5, 2013. Operation Condor was a notorious coordinated persecution of leftists and dissidents by Latin America's military rulers in the 1970s. Twenty-five people accused of human rights violations are facing trial in the case, including Bigone and former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW HEADSHOT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
ARGENTINA/
RTR3ELSH
March 05, 2013
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla sits in a courthouse during the first day of his trial, accused...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Former Argentine dictator Videla sits in a courthouse during his trial in Buenos Aires
Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla sits in a courthouse during the first day of his trial, accused of participating "Operation Condor", in Buenos Aires March 5, 2013. Operation Condor was a notorious coordinated persecution of leftists and dissidents by Latin America's military rulers in the 1970s. Twenty-five people accused of human rights violations are facing trial in the case, including Videla and former Argentine President Reynaldo Bignone. Videla was jailed for life in 2010 for murder, torture and kidnapping during the Dirty War. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW HEADSHOT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/
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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)
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/
RTR34MWO
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)
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/
RTR34MWL
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)
ARGENTINA/
RTR2L8OW
April 15, 2011
Former police commissioner of Escobar Juan Fernando Meneghini (L) sits flanked by policemen during his...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Former police commissioner of Escobar Meneghini sits flanked by policemen during his trial in Jose Leon...
Former police commissioner of Escobar Juan Fernando Meneghini (L) sits flanked by policemen during his trial in Jose Leon Suarez, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires April 14, 2011. A court on Wednesday sentenced former de facto president Reynaldo Bignone, Escobar's former mayor Luis Patti, former army general Santiago Riveros and ex-army intelligence agent Martin Rodriguez to life imprisonment for crimes against humanity committed during the 1976-83 military junta. Meneghini was sentenced to six years of home confinement, local media reported. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST)
ARGENTINA/
RTR2L8LJ
April 15, 2011
Protesters hold a picture of a man who disappeared during Argentina's 1976-83 military dictatorship,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Protesters hold a picture of a man who disappeared during Argentina's 1976-83 military dictatorship,...
Protesters hold a picture of a man who disappeared during Argentina's 1976-83 military dictatorship, outside a courthouse in Jose Leon Suarez, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires April 14, 2011. A court on Wednesday sentenced former de facto president Reynaldo Bignone, Escobar's former mayor Luis Patti, former army general Santiago Riveros and ex-army intelligence agent Martin Rodriguez to life imprisonment for crimes against humanity committed during the military junta. Additionally, Escobar's former police commissioner Juan Fernando Meneghini was sentenced to six years of home confinement, local media reported. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST)
ARGENTINA/
RTR2L8KN
April 14, 2011
Protesters hold pictures of people who disappeared during Argentina's 1976-83 military dictatorship,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Protesters hold pictures of people who disappeared during Argentina's 1976-83 military dictatorship,...
Protesters hold pictures of people who disappeared during Argentina's 1976-83 military dictatorship, outside a courthouse in Jose Leon Suarez, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires April 14, 2011. A court on Wednesday sentenced former de facto president Reynaldo Bignone, Escobar's former mayor Luis Patti, former army general Santiago Riveros and ex-army intelligence agent Martin Rodriguez to life imprisonment for crimes against humanity committed during the military junta. Additionally, Escobar's former police commissioner Juan Fernando Meneghini was sentenced to six years of home confinement, local media reported. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST)
ARGENTINA/
RTR2L8KJ
April 14, 2011
Members of human rights group Madres de Plaza de Mayo (Mothers of the Disappeared) Laura Conte (C) and...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Members of human rights group Madres de Plaza de Mayo meet during a trial in Jose Leon Suarez
Members of human rights group Madres de Plaza de Mayo (Mothers of the Disappeared) Laura Conte (C) and Tati Almeyda (L) meet a friend during a trial in Jose Leon Suarez, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires April 14, 2011. A court on Wednesday sentenced former de facto president Reynaldo Bignone, Escobar's former mayor Luis Patti, former army general Santiago Riveros and ex-army intelligence agent Martin Rodriguez to life imprisonment for crimes against humanity committed during the military junta. Additionally, Escobar's former police commissioner Juan Fernando Meneghini was sentenced to six years of home confinement, local media reported. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST)
ARGENTINA/
RTR2L8KF
April 14, 2011
Protesters wave flags and a picture of Miguel Magnarelli, who disappeared during Argentina's 1976-83...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Protesters wave flags and pictures of those who disappeared during Argentina's 1976-83 military dictatorship,...
Protesters wave flags and a picture of Miguel Magnarelli, who disappeared during Argentina's 1976-83 military dictatorship, outside a courthouse in Jose Leon Suarez, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires April 14, 2011. A court on Wednesday sentenced former de facto president Reynaldo Bignone, Escobar's former mayor Luis Patti, former army general Santiago Riveros and ex-army intelligence agent Martin Rodriguez to life imprisonment for crimes against humanity committed during the military junta. Additionally, Escobar's former police commissioner Juan Fernando Meneghini was sentenced to six years of home confinement, local media reported. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST)
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
RTR2D28H
April 20, 2010
Reynaldo Bignone, a former general who ruled Argentina in 1982-1983, appears in court during his trial...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Bignone, a former general who ruled Argentina, appears in court during his trial in Buenos Aires
Reynaldo Bignone, a former general who ruled Argentina in 1982-1983, appears in court during his trial in Buenos Aires April 20, 2010. Bignone, 81, the last military president in Argentina's 1976-1983 dictatorship, was sentenced to 25 years in prison on Tuesday for his involvement in the kidnapping, torture and murder of 56 people in a concentration camp. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
RTR2D28A
April 20, 2010
Reynaldo Bignone, a former general who ruled Argentina in 1982-1983, is escorted by a policeman as he...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Bignone, a former general who ruled Argentina, is escorted by a policeman as he appears in court during...
Reynaldo Bignone, a former general who ruled Argentina in 1982-1983, is escorted by a policeman as he appears in court during his trial in Buenos Aires April 20, 2010. Bignone, 81, the last military president in Argentina's 1976-1983 dictatorship, was sentenced to 25 years in prison on Tuesday for his involvement in the kidnapping, torture and murder of 56 people in a concentration camp. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
RTR2D285
April 20, 2010
Reynaldo Bignone, a former general who ruled Argentina in 1982-1983, appears in court during his trial...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Bignone, a former general who ruled Argentina, appears in court during his trial in Buenos Aires
Reynaldo Bignone, a former general who ruled Argentina in 1982-1983, appears in court during his trial in Buenos Aires April 20, 2010. Bignone, 81, the last military president in Argentina's 1976-1983 dictatorship, was sentenced to 25 years in prison on Tuesday for his involvement in the kidnapping, torture and murder of 56 people in a concentration camp. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
RTR2D20W
April 20, 2010
Pictures of those who disappeared during Argentina's 1976-83 military dictatorship are seen placed on...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Pictures of those who disappeared during Argentina's 1976-83 military dictatorship are seen placed on...
Pictures of those who disappeared during Argentina's 1976-83 military dictatorship are seen placed on chairs during the trial of Reynaldo Bignone, a former general who ruled Argentina in 1982-1983, and other former military and police officers in Buenos Aires April 20, 2010. Bignone, 81, the last military president in Argentina's 1976-1983 dictatorship, will be sentenced today on charges of kidnapping, torture and murder of 56 people in a concentration camp. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
RTR2D20M
April 20, 2010
Former Argentine de facto president and army chief Reynaldo Bignone is escorted by a policeman before...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Former Argentine de facto president and army chief Bignone is escorted by a policeman before speaking...
Former Argentine de facto president and army chief Reynaldo Bignone is escorted by a policeman before speaking to the court during his trial in Buenos Aires April 20, 2010. Bignone, 81, the last military president in Argentina's 1976-1983 dictatorship, will be sentenced today on charges of kidnapping, torture and murder of 56 people in a concentration camp. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
RTR2D20J
April 20, 2010
Argentina's former de facto President and Army chief Reynaldo Bignone (R) and former officer Eugenio...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Bignone and former officer Guanabens appear in a court during their trial in Buenos Aires
Argentina's former de facto President and Army chief Reynaldo Bignone (R) and former officer Eugenio Guanabens appear in a court during their trial in Buenos Aires April 20, 2010. Bignone, 81, the last military president in Argentina's 1976-1983 dictatorship, will be sentenced today on charges of kidnapping, torture and murder of 56 people in a concentration camp. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
RTR2D204
April 20, 2010
Elia Espen, member of the human rights group Madres de Plaza de Mayo (Mothers of the disappeared), shows...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A member of the human rights group Madres de Plaza de Mayo shows a picture of her son, who disappeared...
Elia Espen, member of the human rights group Madres de Plaza de Mayo (Mothers of the disappeared), shows a picture of her son Hugo Miedan, who disappeared during Argentina's 1976-83 military dictatorship, as she attends the trial of former Argentine de facto president and army chief Reynaldo Bignone and other officers in Buenos Aires April 20, 2010. Bignone, 81, the last military president in Argentina's 1976-1983 dictatorship, will be sentenced today on charges of kidnapping, torture and murder of 56 people in a concentration camp. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
RTR2D1ZO
April 20, 2010
Juana Campero holds a picture of her parents Juan Carlos Campero and Haydee Garcia Gallo, who disappeared...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A woman holds a picture of her parents, who disappeared during Argentina's 1976-83 military dictatorship,...
Juana Campero holds a picture of her parents Juan Carlos Campero and Haydee Garcia Gallo, who disappeared during Argentina's 1976-83 military dictatorship, at the trial of former Argentine de facto president and army chief Reynaldo Bignone and other officers in Buenos Aires April 20, 2010. Bignone, 81, the last military president in Argentina's 1976-1983 dictatorship, will be sentenced today on charges of kidnapping, torture and murder of 56 people in a concentration camp. The former general who ruled Argentina in 1982-1983, and seven other former military and police officers faced a three-judge panel on charges including the ordering of beatings, waterboardings and electrocutions at the Campo de Mayo army base. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
RTR2D1Z3
April 20, 2010
Member of the audience hold up pictures of those who disappeared during Argentina's 1976-83 military...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Member of the audience hold up pictures of those who disappeared during Argentina's military dictatorship,...
Member of the audience hold up pictures of those who disappeared during Argentina's 1976-83 military dictatorship, at the trial of former Argentine de facto president and army chief Reynaldo Bignone and other officers in Buenos Aires April 20, 2010. Bignone, 81, the last military president in Argentina's 1976-1983 dictatorship, will be sentenced today on charges of kidnapping, torture and murder of 56 people in a concentration camp. The former general who ruled Argentina in 1982-1983, and seven other former military and police officers faced a three-judge panel on charges including the ordering of beatings, waterboardings and electrocutions at the Campo de Mayo army base. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
RTR2D1YY
April 20, 2010
Former military officers Jorge Osvaldo Garcia (L-R), Fernando Verplaetsen, Eugenio Guanabens, former...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Former military officers Garcia, Verplaetsen, Guanabens, former Argentina's de facto President and Army...
Former military officers Jorge Osvaldo Garcia (L-R), Fernando Verplaetsen, Eugenio Guanabens, former Argentina's de facto President and Army chief Reynaldo Bignone, and former police chief German Montenegro appear in a court during their trial in Buenos Aires April 20, 2010. The former military and police officers will be sentenced today on charges of kidnapping, torture and murder of 56 people in a concentration camp. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
RTR2D1YR
April 20, 2010
Former Argentine army general Santiago Omar Riveros is escorted by a policeman as he appears in a court...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Former Argentine army general Riveros is escorted by a policeman as he appears in a court during his...
Former Argentine army general Santiago Omar Riveros is escorted by a policeman as he appears in a court during his trial in Buenos Aires April 20, 2010. Riveros, together with Reynaldo Bignone, the last military president in Argentina's 1976-1983 dictatorship, and six other former military and police officers will be sentenced today on charges of kidnapping, torture and murder of 56 people in a concentration camp. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
RTR2D1Y3
April 20, 2010
A member of the audience holds up a picture of Enrique Juarez Diaz Ramos, who disappeared during Argentina's...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A member of the audience holds up a picture of a person who disappeared during Argentina's military dictatorship,...
A member of the audience holds up a picture of Enrique Juarez Diaz Ramos, who disappeared during Argentina's 1976-83 military dictatorship, at the trial of former Argentine de facto president and army chief Reynaldo Bignone and other officers in Buenos Aires April 20, 2010. Bignone, 81, the last military president in Argentina's 1976-1983 dictatorship, will be sentenced today on charges of kidnapping, torture and murder of 56 people in a concentration camp. The former general who ruled Argentina in 1982-1983, and seven other former military and police officers faced a three-judge panel on charges including the ordering of beatings, waterboardings and electrocutions at the Campo de Mayo army base. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
RTR2D1XB
April 20, 2010
Former Argentine de facto president and army chief Reynaldo Bignone appears in court during his trial...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Former Argentine de facto president and army chief Bignone appears in court during his trial in Buenos...
Former Argentine de facto president and army chief Reynaldo Bignone appears in court during his trial in Buenos Aires April 20, 2010. Bignone, 81, the last military president in Argentina's 1976-1983 dictatorship, will be sentenced today on charges of kidnapping, torture and murder of 56 people in a concentration camp. The former general who ruled Argentina in 1982-1983, and seven other former military and police officers faced a three-judge panel on charges including the ordering of beatings, waterboardings and electrocutions at the Campo de Mayo army base. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
RTR2D1WS
April 20, 2010
Former Argentine de facto president and army chief Reynaldo Bignone (C) arrives in court for his trial...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Former Argentine de facto president and army chief Bignone arrives in court for his trial in Buenos Aires...
Former Argentine de facto president and army chief Reynaldo Bignone (C) arrives in court for his trial in Buenos Aires April 20, 2010. Bignone, 81, the last military president in Argentina's 1976-1983 dictatorship, will be sentenced today on charges of kidnapping, torture and murder of 56 people in a concentration camp. The former general who ruled Argentina in 1982-1983, and seven other former military and police officers faced a three-judge panel on charges including the ordering of beatings, waterboardings and electrocutions at the Campo de Mayo army base. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
RTR2D1WD
April 20, 2010
Former Argentine de facto president and army chief Reynaldo Bignone appears in court during his trial...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Former Argentine de facto president and army chief Bignone appears in court during his trial in Buenos...
Former Argentine de facto president and army chief Reynaldo Bignone appears in court during his trial in Buenos Aires April 20, 2010. Bignone, 81, the last military president in Argentina's 1976-1983 dictatorship, will be sentenced today on charges of kidnapping, torture and murder of 56 people in a concentration camp. The former general who ruled Argentina in 1982-1983, and seven other former military and police officers faced a three-judge panel on charges including the ordering of beatings, waterboardings and electrocutions at the Campo de Mayo army base. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW HEADSHOT)
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
RTR2D1W5
April 20, 2010
Former Argentine de facto president and army chief Reynaldo Bignone (C) is escorted by a policeman after...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Former Argentine de facto president and army chief Bignone is escorted by a policeman after speaking...
Former Argentine de facto president and army chief Reynaldo Bignone (C) is escorted by a policeman after speaking to the court during his hearing in Buenos Aires April 20, 2010. Bignone, the last military president in Argentina's 1976-1983 dictatorship, will be sentenced today on charges of kidnapping, torture and murder of 56 people in a concentration camp. The former general who ruled Argentina in 1982-1983, and seven other former military and police officers faced a three-judge panel on charges including the ordering of beatings, waterboardings and electrocutions at the Campo de Mayo army base. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: CRIME LAW IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ARGENTINA-RIGHTS/TRIAL
RTXQA51
November 03, 2009
Former Argentine de facto president and army chief Reynaldo Bignone attends his hearing in Buenos Aires...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Former Argentine de facto president and army chief Bignone attends his hearing on charges of multiple...
Former Argentine de facto president and army chief Reynaldo Bignone attends his hearing in Buenos Aires November 2, 2009. Bignone, the last military president in Argentina's 1976-1983 dictatorship, went on trial Monday in a makeshift courtroom in a sports arena on charges of kidnapping, torture and murder of 56 people in a concentration camp. Frail-looking Bignone, 81, a former general who ruled Argentina in 1982-1983, and seven other former military and police officers faced a three-judge panel on charges including the ordering of beatings, waterboardings and electrocutions at the Campo de Mayo army base. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA CRIME LAW POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ARGENTINA/
RTXQ9RI
November 02, 2009
Former police officer German Montenegro (L), and formers army chief Jorge Osvaldo Garcia (2nd L), Carlos...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Hearing on charges of multiple abuses against 56 people at the Campo de Mayo barracks during Argentina's...
Former police officer German Montenegro (L), and formers army chief Jorge Osvaldo Garcia (2nd L), Carlos Alberto Tepedino (3rd L), Eugenio Guanabens Perello and former Argentine de facto president Reynaldo Bignone (R) attend their hearing on charges of multiple abuses against 56 people at the Campo de Mayo barracks during Argentina's 1976-83 dictatorship, in Buenos Aires, November 2, 2009. According to human rights groups some 5,000 prisoners were held at the Campo de Mayo barracks. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ARGENTINA/
RTXQ9QZ
November 02, 2009
Former Argentine army general Santiago Omar Riveros (C), former Argentine de facto president Reynaldo...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Former Argentine army general Riveros, former Argentine de facto president Bignone and former army chief...
Former Argentine army general Santiago Omar Riveros (C), former Argentine de facto president Reynaldo Bignone (L) and former army chief Fernando Verplaetsen attend a hearing on charges of multiple abuses against 56 people at the Campo de Mayo barracks during Argentina's 1976-83 dictatorship, in Buenos Aires, November 2, 2009. According to human rights groups some 5,000 prisoners were held at the Campo de Mayo barracks. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ARGENTINA/
RTXQ9PN
November 02, 2009
Former Argentine de facto president and army chief Reynaldo Bignone attends his hearing on charges of...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Former Argentine de facto president Bignone attends his hearing in Buenos Aires
Former Argentine de facto president and army chief Reynaldo Bignone attends his hearing on charges of multiple abuses against 56 people at the Campo de Mayo barracks during Argentina's 1976-83 dictatorship, in Buenos Aires, November 2, 2009. According to human rights groups, some 5,000 prisoners were held at the Campo de Mayo barracks. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ARGENTINA/
RTXQ9PC
November 02, 2009
Former Argentine de facto president and army chief Reynaldo Bignone walks into a courtroom for his hearing...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Former Argentine de facto president Bignone walks into a courtroom for his hearing in Buenos Aires
Former Argentine de facto president and army chief Reynaldo Bignone walks into a courtroom for his hearing on charges of multiple abuses against 56 people at the Campo de Mayo barracks during Argentina's 1976-83 dictatorship, in Buenos Aires, November 2, 2009. According to human rights groups, some 5,000 prisoners were held at the Campo de Mayo barracks. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA CRIME LAW POLITICS)
ARGENTINA/
RTXQ9OU
November 02, 2009
Former Argentine de facto president and army chief Reynaldo Bignone (L) and former intelligence battalion...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Former Argentine president Bignone and former army chief Tepedino walk into a courtroom for their trial...
Former Argentine de facto president and army chief Reynaldo Bignone (L) and former intelligence battalion chief Carlos Alberto Tepedino (R) walk into a courtroom for their hearing on charges of multiple abuses of 56 people at the Campo de Mayo barracks during Argentina's 1976-83 dictatorship, in Buenos Aires November 2, 2009. According to human rights groups, some 5,000 prisoners were held at the Campo de Mayo barracks. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA CRIME LAW POLITICS CONFLICT)
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November 02, 2009
Former Argentine president de facto and army chief Reynaldo Bignone walks into a courtroom for his hearing...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Former Argentine president Bignone walks into a courtroom for his trial in Buenos Aires
Former Argentine president de facto and army chief Reynaldo Bignone walks into a courtroom for his hearing on charges of multiple abuses of 56 people at the Campo de Mayo barracks during Argentina's 1976-83 dictatorship, in Buenos Aires November 2, 2009. According to human rights groups some 5,000 prisoners were held at the Campo de Mayo barracks. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA CRIME LAW POLITICS CONFLICT)
FEATURE
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January 21, 1999
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE STORY ARGENTINA MILITARY - The last military officer to rule Argentina during the...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE STORY ARGENTINA MILITARY.
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE STORY ARGENTINA MILITARY - The last military officer to rule Argentina during the end of the 1976-83 Dirty War dictatorship, Reynaldo Bignone, walks into a federal courthouse January 20 where he was summoned to before a judge investigating the theft of babies from women arrested and killed by the junta. Bignone was ordered to remain under arrest, making him one of eight former military rulers that have been arrested recently for the same case.

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ARGENTINA DICTATOR
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January 20, 1999
The last military officer to rule Argentina during the end of the 1976-83 Dirty War dictatorship, Reynaldo...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
FORMER DICTATOR BIGNONE ENTERS COURTHOUSE TO TESTIFY BEFORE JUDGE.
The last military officer to rule Argentina during the end of the 1976-83 Dirty War dictatorship, Reynaldo Bignone, walks into a federal courthouse January 20 where he was summoned to before a judge investigating the theft of babies from women arrested and killed by the junta. Bignone was ordered to remain under arrest, making him one of eight former military rulers that have been arrested recently for the same case.

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