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Fromelles grave reveals fresh war identities

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The identities of more than 200 soldiers killed during WW1 have been released nearly a century after their deaths.

The bodies were found buried in a mass grave of British and Australian soldiers killed in the battle of Fromelles, in northern France.

Forensic scientists have now been able to obtain DNA matches with dozens of living relatives.

Robert Hall reports.

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