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300 Japan-left explosive found in Beijing [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2010-6-10 17:15:07 |Display all floors
I coudln't imagine what if the explosive blast before under the ground.
If that case happen, the speculation of terrorism attack may spread across the capital city of China.


Workers found over 300 grenades and landmines at a construction site near Beijing North Railway Station, the People.com.cn reported Wednesday.

Policemen and special explosive disposal staffers were sent to clear the site. The weapons were thought to be left over from before 1949.

A nearby resident surnamed Li, said locals believed the site was used as a Japanese army camp during the War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression, but officials have not confirmed this.

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Post time 2010-6-10 17:15:34 |Display all floors
Granades and landmines are classified after being digged out at a construction site in Beijing, June 9,2010.
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Post time 2010-6-10 17:21:09 |Display all floors
300? tens of thousands in Germany. Just a week ago three specialists were killed while disableling a WW2 leftover. Especially in big cities and industrial centers.
Patria est ubicunque bene/Obsequium amicos, veritas odium parit

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Post time 2010-6-10 17:25:11 |Display all floors
Originally posted by Alex2010 at 2010-6-10 17:21
300? tens of thousands in Germany. Just a week ago three specialists were killed while disableling a WW2 leftover. Especially in big cities and industrial centers.



so you can understand, how cruel the china's battle against fascism

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Post time 2010-6-10 17:30:33 |Display all floors
fascism


it's happening now...

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Not The Right Explosive

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