Spain to exhume bodies from 'Valley of the Fallen'

For the first time, the court allows exhumations from the mausoleum of dictator Franco with thousands of victims of 1936 civil war.

    A Spanish court has for the first time authorised the exhumation of bodies from the Valley of the Fallen.

    It is a vast mausoleum where the fascist dictator General Franco is buried with thousands of victims of Spain's 1936 civil war.

    Al Jazeera's Charlie Angela reports.


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