Grim task of digging up bodies continues at crime scene in El Salvador


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  • Saturday, 22 May 2021

A forensic expert carries a bucket at the place where authorities are excavating a clandestine cemetery discovered at the house of a former police officer and containing many bodies, most of them believed to be women, in Chalchuapa, El Salvador May 21, 2021. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas

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CHALCHUAPA, El Salvador (Reuters) - Forensic workers unearthed the remains of multiple victims from a grisly crime scene in El Salvador, digging up more bodies on Friday from a pit at the home of an ex-police officer suspected of murdering and burying potentially dozens of women.

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