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Correspondence on the 36th Session of the United Nations Human Rights Commission 0000ac9a

Correspondence on the 36th Session of the United Nations Human Rights Commission 0000ac9a

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Published by Michael Best
In response to nine separate requests for information on human rights abuses in Argentina during the military dictatorship in that country (1976 - 1983), the Department of State Reviewed files from the 1975 through 1984 period and identified 4,677 documents for release in full or in part, redactions were made for reasons of personal privacy, national security and foreign relations, including protection of confidential sources.
In response to nine separate requests for information on human rights abuses in Argentina during the military dictatorship in that country (1976 - 1983), the Department of State Reviewed files from the 1975 through 1984 period and identified 4,677 documents for release in full or in part, redactions were made for reasons of personal privacy, national security and foreign relations, including protection of confidential sources.

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