March 24, 2018 · ,

Amazing family reunion after 33 years of searching!

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People that disappeared during the 1976 – 1983 dictatorship.

Read about the tearful reunion of a father and his son, who have been reunited after a 33-year search. Francisco’s mother was arrested during the military dictatorship, gave birth in a detention center before he was adopted by another family who never told him of his origins. Abel, the father, is part of the Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo, a group that searches for information about the thousands of people that disappeared during the 1976 – 1983 dictatorship.
Read More: Madres de la Plaza de Mayo https://soon.news/madres-de-la-plaza-de-mayoIngles: “Argentine Stolen at Birth, Now 32, Learns Identity” http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2010/02/23/world/AP-LT-Argentina-Dirty-War-Children.html?_r=2

En español: “Para mí es un regalo, la familia que buscaba” http://www.pagina12.com.ar/diario/elpais/1-140916-2010-02-24.html

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