International Commission on Missing Persons opens hi-tech centre

The world has a new hi-tech headquarters to find missing persons.

    The world has a new hi-tech headquarters to find missing persons.

    The International Commission on Missing Persons, an organisation that has helped to identify thousands of remains around the globe, has opened a facility in the Netherlands. The centre is aimed at solving cold cases and identifying bodies from disasters and conflicts.

    Al Jazeera's Charlotte Bellis reports.


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