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People hold portraits of those who disappeared during Argentina's military dictatorship. | Photo: Reuters
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Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo Identify ‘Granddaughter #126’

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Source: teleSur / The Dawn News / December 5, 2017 Between 1976 and 1983 over 30,000 people suspected of being against the military governments were disappeared by the dictatorship, and most remain unfound. The Argentine human rights organization, Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo have identified “granddaughter number 126.” The […]

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March against police brutality in Buenos Aires
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March against police brutality in Buenos Aires

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By The Dawn News and Resumen Latinoamericano / November 30, 2017 In Argentina, every 25 hours, security forces kill a young poor man. Trigger happy officials are killing more youth by the day in the poorest neighborhoods of the country. At the same time, repression grows against those who protest […]

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Argentina’s Return to Being a Bourgeois Country: Part 2

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By: Marcelo Langieri / Source: Grandes Alamedas / The Dawn News / November 10, 2017 This is the second and last part of this article. To a world where we are all socially equal, humanely different and completely free” — Rosa Luxembourg The legitimation of order Italian philosopher and political […]

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Analysis Argentina

Argentina’s Return to Being a Bourgeois Country

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By: Marcelo Langieri / Source: Grandes Alamedas / The Dawn News / November 10, 2017 To a world where we are all socially equal, humanely different and completely free” — Rosa Luxembourg On March 8, 1940, Cosme Massini Ezcurra was appointed Minister of Agriculture of Argentina. He had been president […]

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Photo Report: March for Santiago Maldonado in Plaza de Mayo
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Photo Report: March for Santiago Maldonado in Plaza de Mayo

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Source: teleSUR / The Dawn News / November 3, 2017 Human rights organisms, social movements, unions and left-wing parties protested for “truth and justice” for the forced disappearance and murder of Santiago Maldonado. Three months after the forced disappearance of Santiago Maldonado, in front of the 120 thousand people who […]

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