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In August 2003, under a new government, the amnesty given by Menem was annulled, providing a major victory to human-rights advocates and families of the victims. See also OVERVIEW OF LATIN AMERICA, BY REGION; STATE TERRORISM. References: Andersen, Martin Edwin. : Westview Press, 1993); Arditti, Rita. Searching for Life: The Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo and the Disappeared Children of Argentina (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1999); Guest, Ian. Behind the Disappearances: Argentina’s Dirty War against Human Rights and the United Nations (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1990).
Indd 12 Used as a weapon in the 2001 attacks, the powdery mixture was apparently put into an envelope. When released into the air, often during the processing of mail at mail centers, a high concentration of spores could be drawn deep into the lungs, where the spores returned to their bacterial state and a rapidly developing anthrax infection released deadly toxins into the person’s system. In addition to the apparent use of anthrax as a weapon through the mail system in the United States after the September 11 attack, several other countries reported mail that tested initially positive to anthrax contamination.
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