A mass grave believed to contain the bodies of several thousand Jews killed by the Nazis has been found in Ukraine.
The grave was found by chance last month when workers were digging to lay gas pipelines in a village near Odessa.
It is thought some 5,000 Jews were killed at or near the site, but the names of only 93 victims are known.
Elder residents of Gvozdavka-1 said the village had two ghettoes during World War II and that Nazis brought Jews there from all over Moldova as well as Odessa and Zhitomir. BBC as source