Former Argentine military dictators and several others have been on trial for the past nine months on charges that they kidnapped children born to pregnant political prisoners (who were later killed) during the “dirty war” that lasted from 1976 to 1983.  Coverage from the BBC web page at the beginning of the trial is here; an article in the New York Times recounted the story of one witness, a woman who learned as an adult that she had been kidnapped from her birth parents.  See Alexei Barrionuevo, Daughter of ‘Dirty War,’ Raised by Man who Killed Her Parents (NY Times Oct. 8, 2011).