Argentine dirty war
Obama Expresses Regret for U.S. Policies During Argentina’s ‘Dirty War’
The United States “has to examine its own policies as well, and its own past,” the president said at a memorial to victims of the war in 1970s and ’80s.
NYT editorial calls on Obama to reveal America’s role in the Argentine dirty war
Obama’s visiting Argentina during the 40th anniversary of the coup that led to the dirty war.
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