A center used to torture people during the Argentine dictatorship is being turned into a museum. The center in Buenos Aires was used between 1976 and 1983 to torture 700 people, most of whom became “missing.” The Argentine dictatorship government lasted from 1976 to 1983. During that period, an estimated 30,000 people went missing or were abducted, imprisoned and murdered. It is estimated than more than 3,000 Jews were murdered.
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