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Forensic experts exhume bodies of alleged El Mozote massacre victims

By AFP
08 November 2019   |   7:47 am
A team of international forensic experts exhume the remains of 11 people, allegedly belonging to the victims of the 1981 El Mozote massacre, in Cacaopera, El Salvador, as relatives watch the operation and pray.

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