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Jack the Ripper identified through DNA traces: sleuth

The true identity of Jack the Ripper, whose grisly murders terrorized the murky slums of Whitechapel in east London in 1888, has been a mystery ever since, with dozens of suspects that include royalty and prime ministers down to bootmakers. (REUTERS/Toby Melville)

 

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