From USA Today:
President Obama Thursday visited a memorial in Argentina to the thousands of people killed and disappeared during that country’s "dirty war," on the 40th anniversary of the coup that started it.More...
Obama used his visit to announce his plan to declassify new military and intelligence records that document the human rights violations from 1976 to 1983.
"There's been controversy about the policies of the United States early in those dark days," Obama said, standing beside the Argentinian President Mauricio Macri. "The United States when it reflects on what happened here has to reflect on its own past…. When we're slow to speak out on human rights, which was the case here."
What happened in Argentina "ls not unique, and it's not confined to the past," he said. “Each of us have a responsibility each and every day to make sure that wherever we see injustice, wherever we see rule of law flaunted that we take responsibility to make this a better place for our children and grandchildren."When is Obama going to speak out about injustice in Saudi Arabia and Iran?
Read here about Obama's first apology tour.
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