• Tourists visit the Templo Mayor archaeological site in Mexico City, Tuesday Dec. 1, 2015. Mexican archaeologists have discovered, at the archaeological site, a long tunnel leading into the center of a circular platform where Aztec rulers were believed to be cremated. The Aztecs are believed to have cremated the remains of their leaders during their 1325-1521 rule, but the final resting place of the cremains has never been found. (AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo)

    Mexico experts: passageway may lead to Aztec ruler’s tomb

    MEXICO CITY (AP) — A Mexican archaeologist said his team has found a tunnel-like passageway that apparently leads to two sealed chambers, the latest chapter in the search for the as-yet undiscovered tomb of an Aztec ruler.

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  • In this Oct. 2, 2015 photo, a framed snapshot of Carlos Sanchez hangs over a makeshift altar in his wife's home in Teloloapan, Mexico. In the spring of 2013, Sanchez's cousin, wife and sister, tried to drive him to a hospital in Iguala, after Sanchez was shot three times, outside his home. Just before arriving to Iguala their lives dramatically changed when a Guerrero state police truck parked in the middle of the highway, obstructing their path. The four were abducted by police. The women were eventually freed. Sanchezís body was found in an unmarked grave in the mountains outside Iguala. His cousin is still missing. (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)

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