Mexico says US soldiers' remains found from Mexican War
Mexican archaeologists have found the remains of what appear to be four U.S. soldiers who died in 1846 during the Mexican-American war, the government announced on Thursday.
Experts said skull and bone measurements, as well as two half-dollar coins and other artifacts found at the site of the Battle of Monterrey in northern Mexico, indicate the bodies belong to U.S. war casualties.
Mexico's national archaeological agency said the skeletal remains were
uncovered in digs between 1996 and April 2008 but were apparently not
announced previously. The U.S. Embassy said it had no immediate
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