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Retracing Crimes in the World's Killing Fields

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Retracing Crimes in the World's Killing Fields

Retracing Crimes in the World's Killing Fields

Retracing Crimes in the World's Killing Fields

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Genocide is a key part of forensic anthropologist Clea Koff's profession. She's investigated mass graves in Rwanda, Bosnia, Croatia and Kosovo. NPR's Scott Simon asks her about her experiences as outlined in her new book, The Bone Woman. (Random House)

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