In this March 30, 2016 photo, empty coffins that will hold the remains of people who were killed by Shining Path rebels during Peru’s two decades of political violence (1980-2000), sit stacked inside the forensic laboratory in Ayacucho, Peru. Officials exhumed the bones from an unmarked mass grave and returned the remains to villagers in Ccano where many peasants worked with the military to fight the rebels. The Shining Path stormed a church in Ccano in retaliation, killing everyone praying inside. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

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