Argentine Jews call rally for ‘truth, justice’ over 1994 bombing

A woman holds a sign reading "Justice" during a demonstration in front of the headquarters of the Argentine Israelite Mutual Association in Buenos Aires, on January 21, 2015, to protest against the death of Argentine public prosecutor Alberto NismanAlberto Nisman was found dead of a gunshot to the head in his home Sunday, the day before he was to go before a congressional hearing to accuse President Cristina Kirchner of a cover-up. A judge, meanwhile, released the 280-page complaint Nisman had filed before his death charging that Kirchner had issued an “express directive” to shield a group of Iranian suspects in the 1994 Jewish community center bombing. A van loaded with explosives destroyed the Buenos Aires headquarters of the Argentine Israelite Mutual Association, or AMIA, killing 84 people and injuring more than 300 in Argentina’s worst ever attack.