FILL ’ER UP

China Daily (Canada) - - CHINA -

The woman had been as­saulted by her hus­band for 27 years, since they got mar­ried, and she fi­nally killed him af­ter he beat and abused her again on Sept 17, said the news­pa­per. The woman was de­tained by po­lice on a mur­der charge. pub­li­cized three his­tor­i­cal re­ports de­tail­ing how Ja­panese mil­i­tary forces de­ployed five or six trucks and more than 200 civil­ians ev­ery day to clear the bod­ies of Chi­nese peo­ple killed dur­ing the Nan­jing Mas­sacre of 1937-38. The re­ports said a Ja­panese army squad col­lected 31,791 bod­ies of the Chi­nese soldiers and civil­ians in three months from De­cem­ber 1937 to March 1938.

PHOTO BY QIU QUANLIN / CHINA DAILY

Mi­grant work­ers who are rid­ing mo­tor­cy­cles home for the Spring Fes­ti­val hol­i­day wait in line for free gas, pro­vided by a Sinopec gas sta­tion, in Foshan, Guang­dong prov­ince, on Thurs­day. The com­pany will of­fer mil­lions of work­ers free gas at 178 stages along the main routes back to their homes.

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