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Spanish court OKs extraditions in Argentine ‘Dirty War’

This move by Spain raises an interesting concept: that of “universal jurisdiction” in crimes against humanity. Spain was relatively uninvolved in Argentina’s so-called Dirty War, which ran from 1976-1983. So, for a foreign country to intervene to try suspects that had no involvement in the prosecuting country is rather unprecedented.

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