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WW2 mass grave found in Slovenia

The bodies of up to 700 people killed in the wake of the Second World War have been discovered in a mass grave in Slovenia, 65 years after they were killed by anti-fascists seeking revenge on Nazi collaborators, an official said yesterday.

Researchers found the remains in a forest near Prevalje in the country's north-east region last week.

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