TITLE

Trial of Argentina's Menem Last Hope for Justice in AMIA Case

AUTHOR(S)
Ghitis, Frida
PUB. DATE
August 2015
SOURCE
World Politics Review (Selective Content);8/13/15, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Database
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article reports on the start of a trial in Buenos Aires, Argentina in August 2015 about a case involving the 1994 bombing of the Jewish community center known as AMIA that killed 85 people and injured hundreds. Topics cited include the belief of prosecutors that the real perpetrators are Iran and the terrorist group Hezbollah, the charges facing former President Carlos Menem, one of 13 people charged with obstructing the investigation and how political interference has affected the case.
ACCESSION #
108947446

 

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