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Argentine shame on Jewish attack

The Argentine president stood alongside Jewish leaders to mark the ninth anniversary of a community centre bombing that killed 85 people and injured more than 200. After the ceremony, Nestor Kirchner called the unresolved investigation of the 1994 bombing of the Jewish centre a “national disgrace”. The country’s 300,000-strong Jewish community has long criticised the Argentine authorities for failing to apprehend those responsible. But they have welcomed signs of a deeper commitment by President Kirchner, who ordered a new inquiry soon after taking office. Eighty-nine people died when a van stocked with explosives drove into the Israeli-Argentine Mutual Association (Amia) centre in July 1994. The centre has since been rebuilt. Full Story

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