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In Mosul, reminders of the Islamic State's brutal rule include a school wall covered with drawings showing how militants executed their prisoners. The U.N. says the area around the city holds mass graves where thousands of people were buried. Ari Jalal/Reuters hide caption

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Clothes of genocide victims whose bodies were exhumed hang at the site of a recently-discovered mass grave near the capital Kigali, in Rwanda on Thursday, April 26, 2018. Eric Murinzi/AP hide caption

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In Rwandan Mass Graves, There Are Few Ways To Identify The Dead. Clothing Is One

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France Mukantagazwa, who lost her father and other relatives in the Rwanda genocide and believes their bodies may be in the newly found graves, cries as she speaks to reporters at the site on Thursday. Eric Murinzi/AP hide caption

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