The discovery of the bodies of two Guatemalan men by a former military base may lead to new investigations into possible war crimes, say experts.
The men were captured by security forces in 1984 during Guatemala's civil war, and were one of the 40,000 people who disappeared during that time.
DNA testing has identified the men as Amancio Samuel Villatoro, a union leader, and Sergio Saúl Linares Morales, an engineering professor.
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