Argentinians furious over supreme court ruling

Thousands of relatives of those who disappeared during Argentina's last military dictatorship have reacted with anger to a controversial decision by the country's Supreme Court.

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    Thousands of relatives of those who disappeared during Argentina's last military dictatorship have reacted with anger to a controversial decision by the country's Supreme Court.

    The judges reduced the sentence for a man serving time for crimes against humanity.

    Al Jazeera’s Teresa Bo reports from Buenos Aires.


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