Šiauliai authorities decide to excavate remains from WWII mass killing site

Human remains from a mass burial site dating back to WWII, recently discovered in Lithuania's northern city of Šiauliai during road construction works, will be excavated, a commission at the local municipality decided at its Monday meeting.
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