Human remains found at Machu Picchu offer glimpse into past

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Archaeologists working at Peru's iconic Machu Picchu site have recently unearthed four human bodies.

Some of the remains are thought to date back to an ancient tribe which ruled the region before the famous Incas - the Killke tribe.

Tom Bayly reports.

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