Argentina's Memorial to the 'Dirty War' Brian Byrnes reports from Argentina on the creation of a museum to memorialize the nation's "Dirty War" -- a tragic period in the country's recent past, when as many as 30,000 people were killed during military rule.
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Argentina's Memorial to the 'Dirty War'

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Argentina's Memorial to the 'Dirty War'

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Members of the human rights group Mothers and Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo march towards the ESMA building for the inauguration of the memorial. Brian Byrnes for NPR hide caption

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Brian Byrnes reports from Argentina on the creation of a museum to memorialize the nation's "Dirty War" — a tragic period in the country's recent past, when, according to some estimates, as many as 30,000 people were killed during military rule.