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El Salvador judge reopens case of 1981 civil war massacre

SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) - A judge in El Salvador has reopened the case of a massacre allegedly carried out by soldiers in 1981 that is considered the worst atrocity committed during the country's brutal civil war, a lawyer involved in the matter said on Saturday.
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