Argentina May Allow Extradition of 'Dirty War' Officials

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The Argentine government indicates that it may no longer shield from extradition military officers accused of human rights abuses. The move would allow Argentina to review extradition requests by countries whose citizens were allegedly tortured and killed during the country's so-called "Dirty War" between 1973 and 1983. Hear NPR's Martin Kaste.

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