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Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA:  GOES WITH AFP STORY "Madres de Plaza de Mayo" hold a banner claiming for their missing sons and daughters as they walk in front of the government house, circa 1980. According to human rights organizations about 30.000 people disappeared in Argentina during the military dictatorship 1976-1983. "Madres" members still walk in Plaza de Mayo every Thursday. AFP PHOTO  Daniel GARCIA  (Photo credit should read DANIEL GARCIA/AFP/Getty Images)
Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA:  GOES WITH AFP STORY "Madres de Plaza de Mayo" hold a banner claiming for their missing sons and daughters as they walk in front of the government house, circa 1980. According to human rights organizations about 30.000 people disappeared in Argentina during the military dictatorship 1976-1983. "Madres" members still walk in Plaza de Mayo every Thursday. AFP PHOTO  Daniel GARCIA  (Photo credit should read DANIEL GARCIA/AFP/Getty Images)

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Los relatos de los hijos de la dictadura militar de Argentina

Las periodistas argentinas Carolina Arenes y Astrid Pikielny hablan sobre su libro 'Los hijos de los 70', una mirada a los testimonios de hijos de la dictadura militar.