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17 Jul. 2013
Colombian forensic geologist Carlos Martin Molina buries... more
17 Jul. 2013
Mosquera, Colombia
Colombian forensic geologist Carlos Martin Molina buries a human skeleton in a mass grave at an experimental farm as part of a project which will help in the locating of hidden graves in Mosquera, near Bogota June 19, 2013. The experiment - part of a geosciences doctoral project led by Molina - is aimed at using new techniques to locate hidden graves more quickly and at lower costs. It could have a big impact in Colombia, where victims of a bloody decades-long internal conflict remain missing. The Colombian researchers dug eight graves at the agricultural centre, with some containing dead pigs, others containing human bones in various states and others with nothing at all. They plan to monitor the graves periodically using technologies to determine whether they can sense the remains below. The bones were donated by a forensic institute for the experiment. Picture taken on June 19, 2013. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIAY - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
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