- This is nice August 6
A grandmother in Argentina says she has found the grandson who was taken from her daughter shortly before she was executed by the military dictatorship of the 1970s. Estela Barnes de Carlotto, founder of the human rights group Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo, said the now 36-year-old man — identified by Argentine media as pianist and composer Ignacio Hurban — had questions about his identity and came forward to have a DNA test. "I didn’t want to die without hugging him," said Carlotto, "and now I will be able to hug him soon." For more details, head over to The Guardian.- -
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