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Argentina / Elections #317821

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Sep 03, 1987
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Mercedes, Argentina: Juan Vasquez) No. children missing and believed illegally adopted by police and military troops after military killed parents examined; Clara Mariani and Amelia Miranda's granddaughter cited as exs. Details of their respective disappearances reviewed. [MIRANDA - (thru translator) accuses military] [Grandmothers Association spokesperson Maria Isabel DeMARIANI - (thru translator) explains motive to her efforts.] No. Argentinians disappearing during country's civil strife before President Raul Alfonsin was elected noted. [Med. student Morris TITBALL - describes condition of bodies they're uncovering.] Purpose of grandmothers' blood donations for freezing explained. [Oscar GOTIKA - describes searching for his kidnapped children.] Background to and outcome of Gotika's case reported

Rather, Dan;
Vasquez, Juan

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