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Japan Should Admit and Redeem Its Past Crimes: Minju Joson

Pyongyang, September 4 (KCNA) — More historical facts showing the past crimes of Japan were recently disclosed to drive it into a tight corner.

The recorded tape showing former soldiers testifying to the development of germ weapons and experiments on human bodies at the ill-famed “Unit” 731″ was opened to the public shortly ago. And a Japanese historian opened to the public an old map of Japan proving that the Tok Islets are part of the inviolable territory of Korea.
Minju Joson in a commentary Monday says that no matter how hard Japan has worked to cover up and deny the historical facts, truth of history can hardly be hidden.
The commentary goes on:
It is impossible for one to rewrite the history to meet one’s own interests.
The Japanese reactionaries’ desperate efforts to attain their sinister aim make their actions in the times to praise the past wrongs a crime-woven present.
Japan had better sincerely admit and redeem the past crimes not to come under fire by the world people.
It would be well advised to stop wrong actions and take a reasonable and sincere attitude towards history.

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