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Argentine man finds brother stolen by military regime

The son of two leftist activists "disappeared" by Argentina's 1976-1983 military regime said Wednesday he would like to meet his long-lost brother, who was stolen at birth and recently found through DNA testing. "We have 40 years of love to give you," Ramiro Menna, a 42-year-old teacher, told the brother he has never met. He was speaking at a news conference at the Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo, an organization that works to find the estimated 500 babies stolen and illegally adopted during Argentina's right-wing dictatorship.
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