Argentina: Former president Kirchner denies '94 bomb cover-up outside court

Former Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner arrived to a federal court in Buenos Aires on Thursday to testify in an ongoing investigation into the alleged cover-up of a 1994 bombing of a Jewish center. Kirchner denied allegations of treason and said that «the only betrayal of the country» is the way judicial power is used «to persecute opponents.» Her administration is under... Еще investigation for the role it played in the alleged cover-up of Iran’s agency in the 1994 Buenos Aires attack, which killed 85 people and has since been described as the deadliest bombing in the country. Kirchner's administration is accused of having signed a secret pact that would have been negotiated by her government with the Iranian regime in 2012. The agreement would have meant that Iranian officials linked to the attack could be investigated at home instead of in Argentina.

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