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Archaeologists unearth what may be the world’s largest mass grave of children

By Reuters
28 April 2018   |   11:00 am
A mass grave under excavation since 2011 in northern Peru was announced on Thursday (April 26) as the largest mass sacrifice of children in the world, according to National Geographic.

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