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Argentine stolen grandson Hurban in joyful reunion

9 August 2014 Last updated at 08:27 BST

They were reunited in a blaze of publicity just a few days ago and now one of Argentina's most celebrated human rights campaigners has proudly introduced the world her grandson - who went missing decades ago.

Ignacio Hurban was just one of hundreds of children whose parents were killed during military rule between 1976-1983 .

Mr Hurban's mother, history student Laura Carlotto, was killed in prison two months after giving birth to him in June 1978.

Donna Larsen reports

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