A human skull, a pair of worn trousers and a shoe were among the remains unearthed from a mass grave discovered this week in northern Iraq, a remnant of the brutal rule of the Daesh group, SIA informs.
The new mass grave was discovered on Monday in the village of Humeydat near the Badoush area west of the city of Mosul, six years after Daesh — at the height of its power — declared a so-called caliphate that stretched across eastern Syria and much of northern and western Iraq.
Dozens of bodies were found buried in a trench stretching hundreds of metres (yards) long. Forensics experts have carried out an initial investigation but the spread of the novel coronavirus has impeded excavations, medical officials in Mosul told The Associated Press.
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