An operation to recover and identify the remains of about 400 British and Australian soldiers killed during a WWI battle in Northern France is to begin. It follows the discovery of several unmarked mass graves in a field on the outskirts of the village of Fromelles.
The British and Australian authorities have published the names of the soldiers they expect to find. They have asked relatives for DNA to help identify the soldiers, who will be re-buried in a new military cemetery.
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