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In pictures: Bangladesh graves

Firefighters and soldiers at the site of a mass grave in Dhaka, Bangladesh

More graves have been found in Dhaka, Bangladesh, after a mutiny by border guards earlier this week which left scores dead. [Warning: you may find some of these images disturbing]

Bangladeshi firefighters uncover the body of a soldier in a mass grave in Dhaka.

Army personnel searching for dozens of missing officers found the graves in the grounds of the guards' headquarters in the capital.

Bangladeshi soldiers cover their faces as a mass grave is investigated in Dhaka.

Troops involved in the search were forced to cover their noses as they tried to identify the bodies.

A Bangladeshi firefighter uncovers a body in a grave in Dhaka.

Many of the recovered remains were said to be unrecognisable.

A Bangladeshi military policeman inspects debris at the foot of a blood-stained staircase in Dhaka, Bangladesh

Military police have been sifting through debris in search of evidence of what happened.

Bangladeshi firefighters carry the body of an army officer from a mass grave in Dhaka

The army's commander has said that all who died in the violence will be buried with state honours.



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