On a rainy evening Tuesday 18th January, dozens toured the streets of Buenos Aires in memory of the prosecutor Alberto Nisman on the occasion of the seventh anniversary of his death, a case which remains unresolved by Argentine justice. With umbrellas, dressed in black some carrying candles, flashlights, and flowers, the march reached the Le Parc flats complex, in a posh area of Buenos Aires, where Nisman was found dead with a shot in the head, and an investigation that still has to decide if it was a homicide or suicide.Add your comment!
Relatives of the victims of the 1994 bombing of the Israeli Social Welfare Association of Argentina (AMIA) Friday announced they would appeal a court ruling issued Thursday in which charges against former President and current Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner (CFK) were dismissed.
An Argentine Federal Court Thursday dismissed all charges against current Vice President and former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner for the signing of Memorandum of Understanding with Iran to investigate the 1992 bombing of Israel's Embassy in Buenos Aires.
The main community center serving Argentina’s Jews on Monday called for “truth” and “justice” to prevail in the case of Alberto Nisman, on the sixth anniversary of the federal prosecutor’s assassination.
Israel’s Mossad provided the intelligence information that enabled Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman to prove that Iran orchestrated the 1994 AMIA terrorist bombing in Buenos Aires, in which 85 people were killed, an Israeli TV documentary claimed.
Argentine federal judge Claudio Bonadio, notorious for bringing cases involving the former president and current vice president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner (CFK), died Tuesday morning at his home it was reported.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Friday congratulated Argentina’s President Alberto Fernandez for his “persistence” in investigating a 1994 bombing of a Jewish community in Buenos Aires.
Thousands marched in downtown Buenos Aires, on Saturday. demanding an answer to the still unsolved mysterious death of special prosecutor Alberto Nisman, who was found with a gunshot to the head, exactly five years ago ( January 18).
The following opinion column was written by Andres Oppenheimer, an Argentine journalist who has been living in the United States for several decades and is an expert in Latin American affairs.
An Iranian accused of involvement in the deadly 1994 bombing of a Jewish center in Argentina has added to speculation over the mysterious death of a prosecutor who investigated the attack.