A poster of the Second Spanish Republic is seen as people eat their lunch during a ceremony following a burial of four residents, after their bodies were found in an unmarked dump dating from the ... more 
A poster of the Second Spanish Republic is seen as people eat their lunch during a ceremony following a burial of four residents, after their bodies were found in an unmarked dump dating from the country's civil war, in Torrellas, Zaragoza, Spain, Saturday, April 14, 2012. Pilar Perez, who presides over the town council of Torrellas, says the bodies were discovered and exhumed in October 2010. DNA analysis revealed they were those of former mayor Gregorio Torres and residents Luis Torres, Feliciano Lapuente and Marcelino Navarro. All four had been driven out of town and shot by forces loyal to Gen. Francisco Franco in 1936 after the beginning of the war, which lasted until 1939. Relatives and around 200 residents attended a ceremony at the town hall on Saturday before a formal burial in the town's cemetery. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Emilio Morenatti
Sat, Apr 14, 2012 4:12 PM EDT