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Argentina demands containment of terrorism on the anniversary of the AMIA attack

Argentina commemorated this Monday the 28th anniversary of the bomb attack against the Argentine Israelite Mutual Association (AMIA), in which 85 people died, a terrorist act for which the country’s authorities demanded justice, given that no one has ever been charged with the attack, and also called for greater efforts against “the terrorist threat” in the region, in the context of which a Venezuelan-Iranian plane has been seized.

“How do you explain so much impunity? The AMIA incident is one of the most shameful events in Argentine history” and is “an image that shows us (having experienced) a humiliating failure,” said the president of the AMIA, Amos Linetzky, at the Act in memory of the victims of the attack.

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