An Argentine activist who searches for people who were snatched as babies by the 1970s military junta has been reunited with her own grandson.

Estela de Carlotto said finding her grandson, a victim of the practice, was "reparation" for her and for Argentina.

She said he had come forward for DNA testing because he had doubts about his own identity.

The junta snatched hundreds of babies from their opponents and gave them to sympathisers to bring up.

Ms Carlotto's daughter, Laura, was one of 30,000 left-wing activists who were killed during the 1975-1983 military rule.

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