Relatives of the victims of Argentina's worst terrorist attack have marked the 18th anniversary of a bomb blast which claimed 85 lives, demanding those responsible are brought to justice.
The Argentine Israeli Mutual Aid (AMIA) building, an important symbol of Argentina's 300,000-strong Jewish community, was hit by a huge car bomb in Buenos Aires in 1994.
Argentinian investigators found evidence linking Tehran with the attack and seven suspects were identified, but they are now in Iran.
President of Argentine Israelite Mutual Aid Guillermo Borger:
“We are both surprised and offended that there are some people that defend Iran, and dare to say in public that this attack was only a self-inflicted attack.”
The long ongoing investigation has been marked by judicial misconduct and charges of a state cover-up. Nobody has been convicted of carrying out the bombing and Iran denies any involvement.