Ancient human remains found at site of new US military base in Guam prompts investigation

Ancient human remains found at site of new US military base in Guam prompts investigation

The Guardian

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Nearly a dozen burial sites have been discovered in a year during construction of Camp Blaz

A Guam senator has launched an investigation into a US military base being built on the island after ancient human remains, as well as ovens, tools and pottery from an ancient village were found at the proposed site.

Senator Telena Nelson, chairman of the legislative committee on historic preservation, is launching an inquiry into the construction of US Marine Corps Camp Blaz in the village of Dededo in northern Guam.

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