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  1. Citizens hold placards that read 'Justice' during a rally in front of the headquarters of the AMIA (Argentine Israelite Mutual Association), in Buenos Aires on January 21, 2015, to protest against the death of Argentine public prosecutor Alberto Nisman, w

    Iran, Argentina and a Trail of Blood

    For more than two decades, the 1994 bombing of a Jewish center in Buenos Aires remained an unsolved mystery — with Iran the prime suspect. This January, Alberto Nisman, the man trying to crack the case, and accuse the Argentine government of covering it up to appease a lucrative trading partner, added to the mystery by turning up dead on his bathroom floor. Now his ex is using her judicial skills to find out if the “apparent suicide” was in fact murder and who’s responsible. As October elections loom, Argentinians will demand answers.

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