Dec 11, 2014

Brazil panel details military regime's brutality

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Brazil took its most significant step yet to address the human rights violations of its military dictatorship on Wednesday, releasing an exhaustive report that documents nearly two decades of government-approved political killings and torture. After 30 years of impunity for crimes of the state, the National Truth Commission report names 377 people allegedly responsible for...

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