Fushun War Criminals Management Center

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Photo taken on July 11, 2014 shows the entrance to a gallery of the Fushun War Criminals Management Center in Fushun, northeast China's Liaoning Province. The eight Chinese characters on the wall denote "humanity", "justice", "truth" and "peace". In the Fushun War Criminals Manage Center, 982 Japanese prisoners had been kept in custody for war crimes committed during the World War II. The facility has seen more than four million visitors since its public opening in 1986, including 30,000 from Japan. It has also been re-visited by about 300 former Japanese inmates. [Photo/Xinhua]

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