Dec 27, 2019
At the end of World War II, the Imperial Japanese Army left a number of unexploded shells filled with poison gas used as munitions. In the 2000s, when such artillery shells were discovered and retrieved from the seabed off the coastal town of Kanda, Fukuoka Prefecture, the central government issued an order to detoxify more than 3,000 such chemical agents. About three years ago, government officials announced they had completed the operation.
Dec 9, 2019
Jul 8, 2019
Report documenting how Japan used chemical weapons during Second Sino-Japanese War found for first time