Photographer Rodrigo Abd: Peru Unearthing the Bodies

In this Sept. 6, 2014 photo, Eusebio Cuadros, right, watches as forensic anthropologists Soldad Mostacero, left, and Osvaldo Calcina, center right, exhume a mass grave of people slain by security forces, in the Paccha village, in the district of Chungui, Peru. Cuadros’ aunt, Natividad, was one of the villagers slain in the July 14, 1984Continue reading “Photographer Rodrigo Abd: Peru Unearthing the Bodies”

In this Sept. 6, 2014 photo, Eusebio Cuadros, right, watches as forensic anthropologists Soldad Mostacero, left, and Osvaldo Calcina, center right, exhume a mass grave of people slain by security forces, in the Paccha village, in the district of Chungui, Peru. Cuadros’ aunt, Natividad, was one of the villagers slain in the July 14, 1984 massacre in Paccha, a hamlet located in the Andean slopes beside the Apurimac river where government forces regularly hunted alleged collaborators of the Maoist guerrillas. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

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