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Mass Killing Worst Form of Violence, Historian Says

Ljubljana, 4 March - The mass grave suspected to stem from the period immediately after World War II that was uncovered in a disused mine in the Lasko municipality points to one of the worst forms of violence of the post-war Communist rule, Andreja Valic of the Research Centre for National Reconciliation told STA on Wednesday.

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Historian Mitja Ferenc talking to press after visiting the mass grave supposedly stemming from the period immediately after World War II that was uncovered in a disused mine in the Lasko municipality.
Photo: Lili Pusnik/STA

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Historian Mitja Ferenc talking to press after visiting the mass grave supposedly stemming from the period immediately after World War II that was uncovered in a disused mine in the Lasko municipality.
Photo: Lili Pusnik/STA

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Forensics expert Joze Balazic talking to press after visiting the mass grave supposedly stemming from the period immediately after World War II that was uncovered in a disused mine in the Lasko municipality.
Photo: Lili Pusnik/STA

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Pavle Jamnik, the head of a police task force into post-WWII killings, talking to press after visiting the mass grave supposedly stemming from the period immediately after World War II that was uncovered in a disused mine in the Lasko municipality.
Photo: Lili Pusnik/STA

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State Prosecutor General Barbara Brezigar talking to press after visiting the mass grave supposedly stemming from the period immediately after World War II that was uncovered in a disused mine in the Lasko municipality.
Photo: Lili Pusnik/STA

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Former headquarters of the mine in the Lasko municipality, where mass grave supposedly stemming from the period immediately after World War II was uncovered.
Photo: Lili Pusnik/STA

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Entry to a disused mine in the Lasko municipality in the east of the country, where mass grave supposedly stemming from the period immediately after World War II was uncovered.
Photo: Lili Pusnik/STA

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Former headquarters of the mine in the Lasko municipality, where mass grave supposedly stemming from the period immediately after World War II was uncovered.
Photo: Lili Pusnik/STA

Lasko
Entry to a disused mine in the Lasko municipality in the east of the country, where mass grave supposedly stemming from the period immediately after World War II was uncovered.
Photo: Lili Pusnik/STA

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The mass grave supposedly stemming from the period immediately after World War II that was uncovered in a disused mine in the Lasko municipality in the east of the country.
Photo: The Government Commission for Concealed Graves

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