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CHINESE EXPERTS MARCH INTO EXCAVATION SITE OF WORLD WAR II CHEMICAL WEAPONS ABANDONED BY JAPAN

CHINESE EXPERTS MARCH INTO EXCAVATION SITE OF WORLD WAR II CHEMICAL WEAPONS ABANDONED BY JAPAN

Original caption: Chinese experts from the Office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Chemical Weapons Abandoned by Japan in China march into the excavation site of World War II chemical weapons abandoned by Japan, in Sunwu county, 110 km (68 miles) south of the city of Heihe in China's Heilongjiang province, September 5, 2002. A joint operation by the Japanese Abandoned Chemical Weapons office and China's Office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Chemical Weapons Abandoned by Japan in China started on September 5 aiming to clean up chemical weapons, including mustard gas and lewisite, left behind by Japan's army after its 13-year occupation of northeastern China before the end of World War II. The abandoned arms include bombs, shells and lethal chemicals. REUTERS/Andrew Wong
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