A musician plays a violin next to the coffin containing the skeletal remains of Martina Rojas, who disappeared on March 13, 1982, during the internal armed conflict in the village of Rio Negro, Baja ... more 
A musician plays a violin next to the coffin containing the skeletal remains of Martina Rojas, who disappeared on March 13, 1982, during the internal armed conflict in the village of Rio Negro, Baja Verapaz, during the handing over of Rojas' remains in the house of her son Mario Chen, in Rabinal, in the Baja Verapaz region, 209 km, (130 miles), of Guatemala City, September 6, 2013. The skeleton of Martina Rojas was found during an archaeological investigation at CREOMPAZ, the regional command headquarters of the Guatemalan Army in Coban. During the years of the internal armed conflict from 1960 to 1996, the army forcibly took people away and they later disappeared inside the army camp. Archaeological work began on the site in 2012 and 534 skeletons were found up now, according to the FAFG. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT) less 
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Fri, Sep 6, 2013 7:36 PM EDT