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Remains of WWI fallen identified

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Some 7,000 British and Australian soldiers were killed, wounded or taken prisoner at the Battle of Fromelles in 1916, during the First World War.

More than 250 bodies have been discovered in mass graves, buried behind German lines.

Over the last three months, archaeologists and DNA experts have been trying to identify the remains.

Steve Knibbs visited the site.

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