17 Jewish "souls are now at peace" in Norwich

In a recent burial service considered an "historic event," 17 sets of remains of Jewish descent were laid to rest in Norwich, England. The bones were discovered in 2004 in a well, and are believed to be victoms of 12th century religious persecution.

"The wider Jewish community is delighted we've been able to do this and after more than 800 years since they died it's a very fitting end, said Clive Roffe, Norwich representative on the Board of Deputies of British Jews. "The people we buried today had a sad and brutal ending to their lives, so at least these souls are now at peace."