25 October 1982: Estimates suggest that between 6,000 and 15,000 people disappeared during the country’s “dirty war”

Buenos Aires
The bodies of up to 400 people who “disappeared” in Argentina during the 1970s may be buried in unmarked graves in a cemetery outside Buenos Aires, according to human rights groups.

The claim followed the identification of a body exhumed from one of 88 paupers’ graves at Grand Bourg cemetery west of the capital. The body was dug up after relatives of a man missing since 1976 were informed by the Interior Ministry that his body would be found there.

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