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A group of women raning in age, with their heads covered by scarves,m arching in line in a building. These women are the Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo.

An Argentine woman has been reunited with her relatives 40 years after she was stolen as a newborn by the country's former dictatorship. 

A human rights group says DNA tests determined her identity, bringing the number of 'stolen baby' cases they have solved in Argentina to 126.

The Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo rights group said Tuesday that Adriana, a 40-year-old lawyer, is the biological daughter of activists Violeta Graciela Ortolani and Edgardo Roberto Garnier.

Former military and police figures kidnapped Ortolani when she was pregnant on December 14, 1976, in the Argentine city of La Plata. Garnier was kidnapped on February 8, 1977. Neither were ever seen again.

Adriana attended a press conference with the Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo in Buenos Aires on Tuesday, where she was reunited with relatives after four decades. 

Speaking at the conference, she said that she learned she was not the biological child of the couple who raised her after the man and women died. 

'I found out on a Saturday and on the Monday I had already gone to the Grandmothers,...