Chinese and Japanese experts investigate and categorize muni

CHINA - JULY 05: Chinese and Japanese experts investigate and categorize munitions excavated from a site known to contain Japanese weapons left behind from WWII in Mudanjiang in China's Northern Hailongjiang Province, Wednesday, July 5, 2006. China said it may give Japan until 2012 to clean up a cache of chemical artillery shells left in at least two Chinese provinces, in an move that shows improving relations between the two nations. Natalie Behring/ Bloomberg News (Photo by Natalie Behring/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
CHINA - JULY 05: Chinese and Japanese experts investigate and categorize munitions excavated from a site known to contain Japanese weapons left behind from WWII in Mudanjiang in China's Northern Hailongjiang Province, Wednesday, July 5, 2006. China said it may give Japan until 2012 to clean up a cache of chemical artillery shells left in at least two Chinese provinces, in an move that shows improving relations between the two nations. Natalie Behring/ Bloomberg News (Photo by Natalie Behring/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
Chinese and Japanese experts investigate and categorize muni
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