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'Mass grave' found in Iraq

Kurdish officials say they have found a series of mostly unmarked graves that contain about 2,000 bodies outside the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk. They say the area was used by the Iraqi army to bury Kurds they killed in the late 1980s. During that period at least 100,000 Kurds were killed in Saddam Hussein’s policy of ethnic cleansing in Iraq. The site of the graves lies close to an old Iraqi base, but so far there has been no independent verification or extensive excavation of the site. Full Story

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