Photographer Rodrigo Abd: Peru Unearthing the Bodies

In this Sept. 5, 2014 photo, forensic anthropologists; Rolando Alvarado, center; Soledad Mostacero, right; and Osvaldo Calcina, break to eat during an exhumation of a mass grave of villagers slain by government security forces, in the Paccha village of the Peru. Since 2003, the remains of slightly more than 2,400 victims of the 1980-2000 internalContinue reading “Photographer Rodrigo Abd: Peru Unearthing the Bodies”

In this Sept. 5, 2014 photo, forensic anthropologists; Rolando Alvarado, center; Soledad Mostacero, right; and Osvaldo Calcina, break to eat during an exhumation of a mass grave of villagers slain by government security forces, in the Paccha village of the Peru. Since 2003, the remains of slightly more than 2,400 victims of the 1980-2000 internal conflict have been recovered, but the bodies of an estimated 12,000 more, mostly poor, Quechua-speaking farmers, are believed to remain unearthed. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

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