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Argentine officers wanted in Spain

A Spanish judge has re-issued international arrest warrants against 46 former members of the Argentine armed forces he accuses of genocide and torture. Judge Baltasar Garzon, the investigator who has fought to bring those suspected of human rights abuses in Latin America to justice, first sent 48 arrest orders to Interpol in 2000. He has now removed from the list two men who have since died, including former Argentine president Leopoldo Galtieri. Judge Garzon is perhaps best known for spearheading the unsuccessful campaign to extradite former Chilean dictator General Augusto Pinochet from London to Spain. Full Story

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