Argentina Probes Alleged Cover-Up of Nazi Links

Argentina's president orders an investigation into whether government employees secretly destroyed files on Nazi war criminals who fled to the country after World War II. The inquiry comes in response to The Real Odessa, a book that accuses the government of trying to hide its past collaboration with escaped Nazis. NPR's Martin Kaste reports.



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