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BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombia's special justice tribunal has begun to exhume bodies from a grave in the country's northwest as part of an investigation into as many as 50 possible extrajudicial killings allegedly committed by the army.
ADDIS ABABA/CHICAGO (Reuters) - The last remains of 157 people killed aboard an Ethiopian Airlines plane in March were interred at the crash site this week, farmers and families told Reuters, but some relatives were upset they had been unable to take part in the ceremony.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spanish authorities said on Wednesday they would endeavour to exhume some of the thousands of civil war victims in the Valley of the Fallen, weeks after the remains of dictator Francisco Franco were ferried out of the mausoleum by helicopter.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain will on Thursday remove dictator Francisco Franco's remains from the state mausoleum in which he was buried in 1975, the government said on Monday.
SINGAPORE: For 39 years, Marn Chuan Lee paid respects to his grandmother’s grave at least once every three months; keeping the grave tidy and even installing garden lights by her tombstone.
SINGAPORE (ANN): For 39 years, Marn Chuan Lee paid respects to his grandmother's grave at least once every three months; keeping the grave tidy and even installing garden lights by her tombstone.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain will temporarily shut the mausoleum where Francisco Franco is buried from Saturday to avoid any disturbances as authorities prepare to exhume the dictator's remains.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Barcelona's soccer club members have voted overwhelmingly to withdraw medals awarded to Francisco Franco, finally ending the much-maligned distinctions the Catalan club granted to Spain's dictator.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's Supreme Court is expected to rule on Tuesday on whether to move the remains of former dictator General Francisco Franco from a state mausoleum that the leftist government and others have criticised as a monument to fascism.
MANILA (Reuters) - The Philippines will not allow visits by the United Nations to investigate its bloody war on drugs, its foreign minister said on Wednesday, calling its human rights experts "bastards" who had already demonstrated prejudice.