(FILE) Firemen and policemen search for wounded people after a bomb exploded at the Argentinian Israeli Mutual Association (AMIA in Spanish) in Buenos Aires, July 18, 1994. AFP PHOTO/ALI BURAFI
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Argentina's president is preparing to issue a decree designating Hezbollah a terrorist organization, the country's top security official confirmed, weeks before the 25th anniversary of a bombing in Buenos Aires that is blamed on Iran.The decision may be announced next week during a trip to Argentina by U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Argentine outlets reported.Mutual Israelita Argentina ("Israeli-Argentine Mutual Association") building in the Argentine capital on July 18, 1994, killed 85 people.
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