WORLD NEWS TONIGHT WORKREEL 209
CLINTON IN MOSCOW / EVACUATION OF FORMER YUGOSLAVIA / SOUTH AFRICA - SMUGGLERS / HILLARY CLINTON IN MOSCOW / ARGENTINA - " DIRTY WAR " / KIKWIT, AFRICA - EBOLA VIRUS / CHECHNYA - RUSSIAN FORCES /
GS-9 DAT
TODAY IN HISTORY - MAY (AUDIO ONLY)
LE 20H: [broadcast of July 20, 2021]
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo march in Buenos Aires
MS Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo group walking through plaza
ARGENTINA DIRTY WAR S-UP
Argentina Vatican
Vatican, Argentina to open 'dirty war' archives
Brief: ARGENTINA/ REYNALDO BIGNONE CONVICTION
A2 / France 2
WORLD NEWS TONIGHT WORKREEL 209
CLINTON IN MOSCOW / EVACUATION OF FORMER YUGOSLAVIA / SOUTH AFRICA - SMUGGLERS / HILLARY CLINTON IN MOSCOW / ARGENTINA - " DIRTY WAR " / KIKWIT, AFRICA - EBOLA VIRUS / CHECHNYA - RUSSIAN FORCES /
DN-LB-561 Beta SP
Universal International Newsreels
ARGENTINA DIRTY WAR
Argentina Vatican
Vatican, Argentina to open 'dirty war' archives
Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo gather in Buenos Aires
Wide shot of Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo in line in the plaza in front of the Casa Rosada
Brief: ARGENTINA/ REYNALDO BIGNONE CONVICTION
A2 / France 2
++Argentina Dirty War
Argentine group IDs 128th person taken during 'Dirty War'
Argentinians mark 40th anniversary of 'Dirty War'
BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA - MARCH 24: Argentinian people take part in a protest at Plaza de Mayo square marking the 40th anniversary of the 1976 military coup during a public holiday known as the "Day of Remembrance for Truth and Justice" in Buenos Aires, Argentina on March 24, 2016. (Foootage by Omer Musa Targal/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)
Argentina Dirty War - Woman accuses adoptive parents of kidnapping during dirty war.
NAME: ARG DIRTY WAR 20080221I TAPE: EF08/0208 IN_TIME: 11:13:35:09 DURATION: 00:00:41:20 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION DATELINE: Buenos Aires, Feb 21 2008 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST 1. Various exteriors of court building 2. Various of Maria Eugenia Sampallo Barragan outside court 3. Barragan walking back into court building STORYLINE: The case of a 30-year-old woman who is suing her adoptive parents for kidnapping, and who has become the first child of disappeared political prisoners to press such charges, continued on Thursday. The case opened in an Argentine court on Tuesday. Maria Eugenia Sampallo Barragan accused her adoptive parents Osvaldo Rivas and Maria Cristina Gomez Pinto of falsifying adoption documents to hide her identity. Thousands of leftists and dissidents vanished after being abducted by security forces during Argentina's 1976-1983 military regime, and human rights groups say more than 200 their children were taken and given to military or politically connected families to raise. Sampallo, who in 2001 learned that she is the daughter of missing political prisoners Mirta Mable Barragan and Leonardo Ruben Sampallo, is one of 88 young people who determined their identity with DNA tests coordinated by the human rights group Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo. Sampallo's mother was six months pregnant when she and her father were abducted on December 6, 1977, according to Sampallo's lawyer. He said Sampallo was born in February 1978, while her mother was being held at a clandestine torture centre. The case marks the first time a woman has taken her adoptive parents to court in Argentina. There have been at least three earlier trials involving suspected illegal adoptions dating to the dictatorship that resulted in convictions, but the plaintiffs were not the adopted children.
DIRTY WAR TRIALS
Argentina Dirty War - Woman accuses adoptive parents of kidnapping during dirty war.
NAME: ARG DIRTY WAR 20080221I TAPE: EF08/0208 IN_TIME: 11:13:35:09 DURATION: 00:00:41:20 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION DATELINE: Buenos Aires, Feb 21 2008 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST 1. Various exteriors of court building 2. Various of Maria Eugenia Sampallo Barragan outside court 3. Barragan walking back into court building STORYLINE: The case of a 30-year-old woman who is suing her adoptive parents for kidnapping, and who has become the first child of disappeared political prisoners to press such charges, continued on Thursday. The case opened in an Argentine court on Tuesday. Maria Eugenia Sampallo Barragan accused her adoptive parents Osvaldo Rivas and Maria Cristina Gomez Pinto of falsifying adoption documents to hide her identity. Thousands of leftists and dissidents vanished after being abducted by security forces during Argentina's 1976-1983 military regime, and human rights groups say more than 200 their children were taken and given to military or politically connected families to raise. Sampallo, who in 2001 learned that she is the daughter of missing political prisoners Mirta Mable Barragan and Leonardo Ruben Sampallo, is one of 88 young people who determined their identity with DNA tests coordinated by the human rights group Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo. Sampallo's mother was six months pregnant when she and her father were abducted on December 6, 1977, according to Sampallo's lawyer. He said Sampallo was born in February 1978, while her mother was being held at a clandestine torture centre. The case marks the first time a woman has taken her adoptive parents to court in Argentina. There have been at least three earlier trials involving suspected illegal adoptions dating to the dictatorship that resulted in convictions, but the plaintiffs were not the adopted children.
MEXICO CITY/CAVALLO DEP
F Fillon on official visit to Argentina calls for "immediate humanitarian gesture
FR3 / France 3
++Argentina Dirty War
Argentine dirty war stolen baby ID confirmed
Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo enter the plaza in Buenos Aires
zoom in to line of Mothers of the Disappeared entering Plaza de Mayo
MEXICO/CAVALLO EN ROUTE
Argentina Trial - Dirty war trial postponed after one defendant hospitalised
NAME: ARG TRIAL 20080806Ix TAPE: EF08/0795 IN_TIME: 11:07:55:13 DURATION: 00:01:49:24 SOURCES: Channel 7 DATELINE: Tucuman - 5 August 2008 RESTRICTIONS: No Access Argentina SHOTLIST 1. Various of protesters attending trial inside courtroom 2. Military officers leaving court building 3. Antonio Bussi being wheeled out of courtroom on gurney by emergency crews and military officers 4. Various of Bussi being placed into ambulance 5. Ambulance leaving for hospital pan to protest 6. Demonstrators with placards behind police line outside courtroom STORYLINE: The trial of two former military officers charged with the 1976 kidnapping and disappearance of an Argentine senator has been postponed after one of the defendants was hospitalised for chest pains. Antonio Bussi, an 82-year-old former general, led military operations in Tucuman and eventually governed the province after the 1976 military coup. His co-defendant, Luciano Benjamin Menendez, 81, was commander of the regional Third Army Corps. Bussi was taken out of the courtroom on Tuesday on a gurney as dozens of people protested inside and outside the court. Bussi led "Operation Independence" in Tucuman in response to three decrees by Isabel Peron, then president and widow of strongman Juan Peron, which ordered the annihilation of political subversives throughout Argentina. Bussi said outside court that his father would demand the presence in court of Peron, who has challenged her extradition from Spain in other cases linked to the so-called "dirty war", since she gave the orders. Government estimates say more than 13-thousand people were killed in the crackdown on leftist dissidents before democracy was restored in 1983.