File - This is an undated file photo released by the University of Leicester, England, of remains found underneath a car park in September 2012 in Leicester, which have been declared "beyond ... more 
File - This is an undated file photo released by the University of Leicester, England, of remains found underneath a car park in September 2012 in Leicester, which have been declared "beyond reasonable doubt" to be the long lost remains of England's King Richard III, missing for 500 years. A British High Court judge on Friday Aug. 16 2013 granted a group of Richard's relatives the right to challenge plans to rebury the 15th-century monarch in the city of Leicester. Judge Charles Haddon-Cave said the Plantagenet Alliance could take action against the government and the University of Leicester. A hearing is due later this year. The government has given Leicester Cathedral a license to rebury the king, but the relatives’ group wants him buried in the northern England city of York, claiming it was the king's wish. Richard was killed in battle in 1485. His skeleton was found last year under a Leicester parking lot. (AP Photo / University of Leicester, file) EDITORIAL USE ONLY less 
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Fri, Aug 16, 2013 9:18 AM EDT