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Argentina's former detention and torture site added to UNESCO World Heritage list

  • The United Nations conference has designated the former ESMA Museum and Site of Memory in Argentina as a World Heritage site, recognizing its outstanding value to humanity.
  • The ESMA was a notorious clandestine detention and torture center during Argentina's brutal military dictatorship from 1976 to 1983. It now operates as a museum and serves as a reminder of the state-sponsored terrorism that occurred.
  • The inclusion of the ESMA in the World Heritage list is a significant step towards acknowledging the crimes of the dictatorship and ensuring that the memory of the victims is preserved. It is also a testament to Argentina's efforts to bring dictatorship-era crimes to trial.
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