Chile ex-army officers implicated in Victor Jara death
A judge in Chile has ordered the arrest of eight former army officers over the murder 39 years ago of well-known left-wing singer Victor Jara.
He was killed only days after the coup that brought Gen Pinochet to power, on 11 September 1973.
The folk singer was arrested and taken to a stadium in Santiago where he was tortured and killed.
His body was found later in the streets of the Chilean capital with 44 bullet wounds.
Bill Hayton reports.
- From the section Latin America & Caribbean