In this photo taken Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2012, a forensic worker sorts bones during works at the Powazki cemetery in Warsaw, Poland. More than a hundred skeletons of Poles murdered by the communist regime after World War II have been excavated from a secret mass grave on the edge of Warsaw's Powazki Military Cemetery during recent digging works. Historians hope to identify among them the remains of Witold Pilecki who volunteered to be an Auschwitz inmate to secretly gather evidence of atrocities there. (AP Photo/Alik Keplicz)

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In this photo taken Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2012, a forensic worker sorts bones during works at the Powazki cemetery in Warsaw, Poland.  More than a hundred skeletons of Poles murdered by the communist regime after World War II have been excavated from a secret mass grave on the edge of Warsaw's Powazki Military Cemetery during recent digging works. Historians hope to identify among them the remains of Witold Pilecki who volunteered to be an Auschwitz inmate to secretly gather evidence of atrocities there. (AP Photo/Alik Keplicz)
In this photo taken Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2012, a forensic worker sorts bones during works at the Powazki cemetery in Warsaw, Poland. More than a hundred skeletons of Poles murdered by the communist regime after World War II have been excavated from a secret mass grave on the edge of Warsaw's Powazki Military Cemetery during recent digging works. Historians hope to identify among them the remains of Witold Pilecki who volunteered to be an Auschwitz inmate to secretly gather evidence of atrocities there. (AP Photo/Alik Keplicz)
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