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Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla (L) and Reynaldo Bignone, a former general who ruled Argentina in 1982-1983, listen to the verdict during their trial in a courthouse in Buenos Aires, July 5, 2012. An Argentine court jailed the two former dictators and other military officials on Thursday for the systematic theft of babies from political prisoners during the 1976-1982 "Dirty War" dictatorship. The missing children stolen from their parents and illegally adopted by military families are one of the most painful legacies of the crackdown on leftist dissent in which rights groups say up to 30,000 people were killed. Just over 100 of them have discovered their true identities, but many families are still searching more than three decades later. Jorge Videla was charged with a 50 year jail sentence while Reynaldo Bignone was charged with a 15 year jail sentence. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)