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AMIA and the new Argentinian government 

The Argentinian Jewish community, and indeed the wider Jewish world, is grappling with the implications of this new Government for the long-stalled investigation into the murderous mass-terror attack on the Asociacion Mutual Israelita Argentina (AMIA) Jewish community building in 1994.

Downplaying the Hezbollah presence in Latin America: A Fisking

The article goes too far in minimising and downplaying Hezbollah and Iranian infrastructure on the continent today.

Argentinian politics and the quest for justice 

No one, not a single person, has been tried and convicted for their role in Latin America’s worst terrorist atrocity, in which 85 people died and more than 300 were wounded.

Editorial: The Lessons of AMIA

If anyone doubted Iran’s extensive and long-standing history of international terrorist activities, they need only look to the bombing of the Argentinian Jewish community centre (Argentine Israelite Mutual Association, known as AMIA) in July 1994 – which killed 85 people and wounded 300

Justice Delayed

Around the world, sombre commemorations marked the 25th anniversary of the bombing of the AMIA Jewish community centre in Buenos Aires... But survivors say the most meaningful tribute would be the prosecution of those responsible and a full reckoning for the nation’s failure to hold anyone accountable.