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Half of 117 bodies buried in common grave not linked to file


Associated Press

MEXICO CITY (AP) -- Academics and human rights activists in Mexico say a preliminary analysis shows that little attempt was made to identify bodies buried...full story
updated 2016-08-24 06:01 AM
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    Updated: 2016/08/24 09:30 GMT+08:00
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Half of 117 bodies buried in common grave not linked to file

Associated Press

MEXICO CITY (AP) -- Academics and human rights activists in Mexico say a preliminary analysis shows that little attempt was made to identify bodies buried....Fullstory

2016-08-24 06:01 AM

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By The Associated Press
Associated Press

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2016-08-24 06:01 AM

The Latest: Appeals court considers Kansas voting case

Associated Press

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2016-08-24 06:01 AM

New estimates: Deficit increase after years of declines
By ANDREW TAYLOR
Associated Press

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2016-08-24 03:01 AM

Cindy McCain, Gossett among Ali Award recipients

Associated Press

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2016-08-24 03:01 AM

Florida: 5 new Zika cases including 1 in the Tampa Bay area

Associated Press

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2016-08-24 03:01 AM

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Associated Press

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Britney Spears raffles clothes for Louisiana flood victims
By The Associated Press
Associated Press

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2016-08-24 03:01 AM

Liverpool, Everton, Chelsea advance in English League Cup
By STEVE DOUGLAS
Associated Press

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2016-08-24 06:01 AM

Illinois minor leaguer sends homer into own truck windshield

Associated Press

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2016-08-24 03:01 AM

How the Dow Jones industrial average fared on Tuesday

Associated Press

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2016-08-24 06:01 AM

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Associated Press

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2016-08-24 06:01 AM

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Associated Press

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By The Associated Press
Associated Press

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Appeals court: Week of early voting shouldn't return to Ohio
By ANN SANNER
Associated Press

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2016-08-24 03:01 AM

UN chief calls for renewed focus on mass destruction weapons

Associated Press

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2016-08-24 03:01 AM

Amy Schumer hospitalized in Hawaii while shooting movie
By The Associated Press
Associated Press

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2016-08-24 03:42 AM

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Associated Press

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2016-08-24 06:01 AM

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Associated Press

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2016-08-24 06:01 AM

Japan beats Texas 6-1 in LLWS consolation game

Associated Press

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2016-08-24 03:01 AM

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