A senior official of the UN Joint Human Rights Office (UNJHRO) in DRC says graves have been discovered in Yumbi in western Mai-Ndombe province.
Scores of people were buried at northern Mannar city, officials say, where Tamil guerrillas fought security forces during the end of the country's civil war in 2009.
Razia has often asked the same question in her decades-long search for her father whom she suspects was "disappeared" by the state in India-administered Kashmir. Nearly 6,000 single or mass graves have been found since 2008 in the disputed region.
The victims, discovered west of Daesh's former bastion, were executed, Syrian state media SANA says.
The seven-decade dispute over Kashmir has become a humanitarian nightmare, the cause of three wars between nuclear rivals Pakistan and India, and the reason for an ongoing armed rebellion against New Delhi's rule.
Veracruz witnessed over 1,000 killings in 2016 and twice as many forced disappearances. But, according to local residents, the police have been turning a blind eye to the problem.
Iraqi security forces say they have discovered a grave containing some 150 decapitated corpses in the town of Hammam al-Alil which was seized from Daesh last week. The UN is investigating the killings.
An investigation carried out by the Associated Press has found evidence of mass atrocities across Iraq and Syria.
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