WWII shells found on China-Mongolia border

Updated: 2011-05-11 12:36


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WWII shells found on China-Mongolia border
A cluster of shells from World War II have been discovered in a field in north China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region, near the Mongolia border on May 10, 2011. About 190 shells were found exposed in a field at a site that was once used by the Japanese army to invade during the World War II. Explosive experts have been dispatched to the area to handle the shells. [Photo/Xinhua]

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