I have followed this case for many years. So far there has not been any real evidence of Iranian involvement in these horrific crimes. No question that a terrible terrorist act occurred, but really nothing to implicate Iran. If after all these years the investigations have reached a dead end, then it is only reasonable for Argentina to proceed with normal trade relations with Iran. It should be obvious that this case is only being kept alive to enhance sanctions against Iran for reasons that have little to do with Argentina's national interests.
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