RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In an isolated cemetery in Panama's Darien province, a group of migrants who lost their lives trying to cross the most treacherous stretch on their route to the United States were buried in a grave with a card containing what little data forensic investigators have gathered in case someone someday claims the bodies.
Officials in white protective suits buried 15 bodies - 12 adults, two skeletons, and a fetus - in the small cemetery of Guayabillo in Agua Fria. A priest with a crucifix, a candle, and two white flowers placed on a small table next to . . .