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Five Years Since Discovery of Mass Grave in Abandoned Mine

Laško, 3 March - Five years since the discovery of a mass grave site in an abandoned coal mine near Laško (NE), the remains of 800 victims of post-WWII killings have been exhumed, while a further 2,000 are estimated to still lie buried in the Barbara rov mineshafts.

Huda jama near Laško
The abandoned mineshaft at Huda jama in the area around the city of Celje is the site of one of the biggest sites of post-war mass killings in Slovenia.
Photo: Tamino Petelinšek/STA
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