Argentina’s Macri testifies in court on espionage charges

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Argentina’s former President Mauricio Macri has appeared in court on spying charges over the case of a submarine that sank four years ago, killing all on board.

Relatives of the crew members allege they were followed and recorded in order to intimidate them into not filing any claims over the deaths.

Macri, who is now in opposition, says the charges against him are politically motivated.

Al Jazeera’s Daniel Schweimler reports from Dolores, Buenos Aires province, Argentina.

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