Rodrigo Abd, Associated Press
A man carries the coffin of a victim of the 1981 massacre of 79 people by the Guatemalan army for a mass burial in Cocop, Guatemala. Anthropologists from the Forensic Analysis and Applied Science Center exhumed the remains of 51 of the victims of the April 16, 1981, massacre for a two year study before returning the remains to their families. At least 250,000 people disappeared or were killed during Guatemala's 36-year civil war between 1960 and 1996.

A man carries the coffin of a victim of the 1981 massacre of 79 people by the Guatemalan army for a mass burial in Cocop, Guatemala. Anthropologists from the Forensic Analysis and Applied Science Center exhumed the remains of 51 of the victims of the April 16, 1981, massacre for a two year study before returning the remains to their families. At least 250,000 people disappeared or were killed during Guatemala's 36-year civil war between 1960 and 1996.