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Buenos Aires, Argentina, 18 Feb 2015. Silent march organized by prosecutors to demand answers in the mysterious death of Alberto Nisman, who was investigating the 1994 AMIA blast, the worst terrorist attack occurred in 1994.
Nisman was found dead of a gunshot wound in his apartment shortly after he presented a report claiming the Argentina President Cristina Fernandez had agreed to shield former Iranian officials implicated in the bombing that killed 85 people at the AMIA Jewish community center in Buenos Aires.
The dead of the prosecutor took the attention to the national secret services and occurred after the president started a reform of the judicial system. After the case of Nisman she hurried a change in the way that works the secret intelligence.
Conspiracy theories swirl around Nisman's death, as well as the bombing, which has never been solved. Polls show many Argentines suspect officials had some hand in the death, while Fernandez's aides have suggested he was killed as part of a plot to destabilize and bring down the government. Photo: Zeta_Sipa_USA_AGENCY

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Buenos Aires, Argentina, 18 Feb 2015. Silent march organized by prosecutors to demand answers in the mysterious death of Alberto Nisman, who was investigating the 1994 AMIA blast, the worst terrorist attack occurred in 1994.<br />
Nisman was found dead of a gunshot wound in his apartment shortly after he presented a report claiming the Argentina President Cristina Fernandez had agreed to shield former Iranian officials implicated in the bombing that killed 85 people at the AMIA Jewish community center in Buenos Aires.<br />
The dead of the prosecutor took the attention to the national secret services and occurred after the president started a reform of the judicial system. After the case of Nisman she hurried a change in the way that works the secret intelligence.<br />
Conspiracy theories swirl around Nisman's death, as well as the bombing, which has never been solved. Polls show many Argentines suspect officials had some hand in the death, while Fernandez's aides have suggested he was killed as part of a plot to destabilize and bring down the government. Photo: Zeta_Sipa_USA_AGENCY