Japan digs site linked to WWII human experiments (AP) – 1st Edition

Health Ministry official Kazuhiko Kawauchi, second from right, talks with another ministry official Monday, Feb. 21, 2011 as Japan has started excavation at the site of the former medical school in Tokyo linked to Unit 731, a germ and biological warfare outfit during the war. Shadowy experiments conducted by the unit on war prisoners have never been officially acknowledged by the government but have been documented by historians and participants. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)AP – Japan began excavations Monday at a former army medical school to search for human remains linked to a notorious World War II program that allegedly conducted biological warfare in China and live experiments on foreign prisoners of war.

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