Thu 1 May 2008, The Scotsman

DNA identifies bones of last tsar's missing children

By Catrina Stewart
SCIENTISTS have confirmed that the remains of two bodies dug up in Russia last year belong to two children of Tsar Nicholas II, who was assassinated along with his family in 1918, bringing to a close one of the most intriguing chapters in 20th-century Russian history.
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