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Kissinger-Argentine Junta Talks Detailed

Former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger lent verbal support to Argentina’s military junta, which had been cracking down on dissidents, according to newly declassified documents obtained by a U.S. watchdog group. “We would like you to succeed,” Kissinger told Argentine Foreign Minister Adm. Cesar Augusto Guzzetti during a meeting in New York Oct. 7, 1976, according to the U.S. government records. His comments were revealed in papers obtained and released Thursday by the National Security Archives, an independent Washington-based group that monitors Freedom of Information Act issues. Kissinger did not immediately respond to calls for comment from The Associated Press. But he has repeatedly denied ever condoning human rights abuses. Full Story

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