A Palestinian village destroyed by Israeli forces in 1948 may have three potential sites for mass graves, according to an investigation by Forensic Architecture, a research organisation based at Goldsmiths, University of London. The group created a 3D map of the area around Tantura, near Haifa, using geographic data, photographs and eyewitness accounts. Historians have long believed that up to 200 men were executed in the village after surrendering to Israeli soldiers. Two of the graves are thought to be beneath a beachfront car park. The third site reportedly yielded human remains several years after the alleged atrocity.