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Retrieving WWII chemical weapons
Updated: 2004-06-18 00:12

Chinese and Japanese experts wearing protective gear work at a excavation site in Touzhan village in the Ang'angxi District of Qiqihar, Northeast China's Heilongjiang Province, where chemical bombs left by invading Japanese troops during World War II were found. [newsphoto]

Dong Liyan, who first discovered the chemical bombs on his property in late May, is now in hospital. [newsphoto]