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Category Archives: Missing Persons
A Bangladesh expert said Monday he has given up hope of identifying 112 victims of the Rana Plaza factory collapse, almost a year after one of the world’s worst industrial tragedies.
The garment factory complex on the outskirts of Dhaka collapsed in April last year, trapping thousands of workers who stitched clothes for Western retailers.
WASHINGTON – The Department of Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office announced Dec. 9 that the remains of a serviceman, missing from the Vietnam War, have been identified and will be returned to his family for burial with full military honors.
Eight forensic experts from the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) will fly to Tacloban City this weekend to help identify fatalities from Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan), the world’s strongest storm to hit land this year.
HOPKINSVILLE, KY (WSMV) -Earlier this year, we reported the story of Steve Woods, whose father Staff Sgt. Lawrence Woods went missing in action during the Vietnam War. An overwhelming moment for the family, Staff Sgt. Woods’ remains were finally recovered in Cambodia this year after nearly 50 years.
There are still tens of thousands of families waiting for the day they can say goodbye to their soldier who disappeared during a past war.
Thousands of people are missing because of conflicts. But DNA advances now make it possible to identify bodies from mass graves, providing evidence to bring warlords to trial – and comfort to bereaved families.
Pfc. Lawrence S. Gordon snaps off a salute in an undated photo. The Canadian-born enlistee in the U.S. Army went missing in France on Aug. 13, 1944. UW-Madison DNA analysis may help confirm an unidentified body is actually Gordon.
The remains of a University of Virginia graduate student who went missing in 1986 finally have been positively identified.
The body of Patrick D. Collins, who was 27 at the time he disappeared in March 1986, was found several years after he disappeared and was classified as an anonymous cold case in New York state, said UVa police spokeswoman Lt. Melissa Fielding.
NIKOLAEVO, Bulgaria — The family of a Bulgarian couple whose DNA matched with the mystery girl known as “Maria” on Friday, told NBC News they were “happy” she had been identified and they hoped she would be home soon.