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Taty Almeyda, a member of the human rights group Mothers of Plaza de Mayo, reacts outside the Buenos Aires Courthouse after Argentina's Supreme Court ruled that laws granting amnesty for atrocities committed during the so-called "Dirty War" were unconstitutional. The ruling opens the possibility that hundreds of people could be brought back to court.

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