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Guatemala works to identify missing persons during Internal Armed Conflict (4)

Xinhua)  09:18, July 10, 2013  

A worker of the Forensic Anthropology Foundation of Guatemala (FAFG, by its acronym in Spanish) analyzes the skeletal remains of a victim found in a clandestine cemetery, to perform a biological profile and identify their cause of death, in Guatemala City, Guatemala, on July 9, 2013. The FAFG works to identify missing persons during the Guatemala's Internal Armed Conflict (1960-1996) which amount to 40,000 according to data of the Historical Clarification Commission (CEH, by its acronym in Spanish). (Xinhua/Luis Echeverria)

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(Editor:YaoChun、Liang Jun)


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