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Battle of the Somme
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North East and Cumbria
The long-lost remains of a World War One soldier from the North East will finally be buried in France today.
The bones of the Northumberland Fusilier, along with another soldier, were discovered near the village of La Boisselle in 2015 - almost a century after the Battle of the Somme.
Despite DNA tests, it hasn't been possible to identify either soldier but both will be buried with full military honours in the nearby Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery this afternoon.
The figures represent servicemen killed at the Battle of the Somme, with no known grave.
From Gallipoli to the Somme, about 40,000 Welsh soldiers died in World War One.
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