The Guardian: Argentina, Iran and the strange death of Alberto Nisman

By Gabriel Bracesco, 20 February 2015

Silently marching through Buenos Aires in the heavy rain, the mourners remembered a father, an ex-husband, a son, a colleague.

With 400,000 people standing alongside them seeking justice for Alberto Nisman, it took the group of prosecutors, Nisman’s former wife and his daughters, mother and relatives, almost two and a half hours to walk the 10 blocks that separate the Plaza de los dos Congresos from the Plaza de Mayo.

Yet Argentinian people know that with every day that passes they are getting further from learning the truth about Nisman’s death on 18 January.

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