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Related to AMIA: AIMA, Aimia
AMIAAmerican Medical Informatics Association
AMIAAsociación Mutual Israelita Argentina (Jewish community organization in Argentina)
AMIAAssociation of Moving Image Archivists (formerly Film and Television Archives Advisory Committee)
AMiAAnglican Mission in America (church)
AMIAAsociación Mexicana de la Industria Automotriz (Spanish: Mexican Association of the Automotive Industry)
AMIAAustralian Medical Informatics Association
AMIAAmerican Mutual Insurance Alliance
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Her sister Noemi was working inside the AMIA building when it was ripped apart by a powerful bomb, killing her instantly.
On July 18, 1994, 85 people, Jews and non-Jews, ranging in age from five to 73, died, and another 300 were injured, when a powerful bomb leveled the AMIA building.
In January, Timmerman called a leading prosecutor a liar for accusing President Fernandez of secretly negotiating with Iran to help exonerate the country from involvement in the 1994 deadly bomb attack on the AMIA center in Buenos Aires.
Based on evidence gathered in the AMIA investigation, including the testimony of Abolghasem Mesbahi, a defector from the Iranian Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS), prosecutors concluded that the decision to bomb the AMIA building was made at a meeting held by Iran's Supreme National Security Council in Mashhad on Saturday, August 14, 1993.
SIDE thus found out about plans to bomb the AMIA building, and decided to mount a "controlled operation" in which it even "provided logistical support for the attack", with the idea of aborting it at the last moment, Lifschitz said.
For now, the AMIA has launched an informal campaign citing the advantages of buying a car in Mexico.
priests as bishops in the AMiA in January 2000 and four more in June 2001 were criticized by church leaders, including the Archbishop of Canterbury.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Leader of Argentina's Quebracho party Fernando Esteche underlined that the Zionists masterminded the 1994 bombing of the AMIA center in Buenos Aires in a bid to use it as a pretext against Iran.
Tehran is the chief suspect in the 1994 fatal bombing of the AMIA Jewish community center in Buenos Aires.
AMIA is an organization of leaders shaping the future of health information technology in the United States and abroad.
In March, Argentine Judge Juan Jose Galeano issued the first of several arrest warrants for former Iranian government officials accused of helping to organize and carry out the July 18, 1994, bombing of the AMIA center in Buenos Aires.
Bishop Barry Hollowell, of Calgary, noting that "some in my diocese are fanning the flames of AMiA (Anglican Mission in America, a breakaway group)," also said the discussion should continue.