ЦВЕТЫ. ТИШИНА. БОЛЬ ЗА СОДЕЯННОЕ.

 

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China's 68-year-old Wang Jinhua holds a banner after a legal judgement in front of the Tokyo High Court in Tokyo July 19, 2005. A Tokyo court on Tuesday rejected demands from Chinese plaintiffs for compensation and an apology from Japan's government for biological warfare conducted in China before and during World War Two. (Toru Hanai/Reuters)

 

 

A woman covers her face after offering a prayer for the war dead at Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo August 15, 2005 on the 60th anniversary of the end of World War Two. At least two Japanese cabinet ministers were set to mark the 60th anniversary of Japan's defeat in World War Two on Monday with visits to the shrine for the war dead, pilgrimages all but certain to anger China and South Korea. REUTERS

 

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Japan's PM Junichiro Koizumi (C) attends a memorial service for the war dead at Budokan Hall in Tokyo August 15, 2005. Koizumi marked the 60th anniversary of Japan's defeat in World War II on Monday with an apology for suffering caused by Japanese military aggression and pledged that Tokyo would never again go to war. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa

 

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Bereaved family members receive chrysanthemums from white-gloved officials to lay before an altar at a memorial service for the war dead at Budokan Hall in Tokyo August 15, 2005. Japan marked the 60th anniversary of its defeat in World War Two on Monday with an apology for suffering caused by Japanese military aggression and pledged that Tokyo would never again go to war. Toshiyuki Aizawa Japanese REUTERS

 

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Japan's Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi walks across the stage before delivering a speech at a memorial service for the war dead at Budokan Hall in Tokyo August 15, 2005. Koizumi marked the 60th anniversary of Japan's defeat in World War Two on Monday with an apology for suffering caused by Japanese military aggression and pledged that Tokyo would never again go to war. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa REUTERS

 

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Japan's Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko (L) stand in front of an altar at a memorial service for the war dead at Budokan Hall in Tokyo August 15, 2005. Japan marked the 60th anniversary of its defeat in World War Two on Monday with an apology for suffering caused by Japanese military aggression and pledged that Tokyo would never again go to war. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa

 

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Japan's Emperor Akihito makes a speech while accompanied by Empress Michiko (L) at a memorial service for the war dead at Budokan Hall in Tokyo August 15, 2005. Japan marked the 60th anniversary of its defeat in World War Two on Monday with an apology for suffering caused by Japanese military aggression and pledged that Tokyo would never again go to war. Sixty years after Emperor Hirohito exhorted his subjects to 'bear the unbearable' and accept defeat, memories of the war that killed millions in Asia bedevil ties between Japan and its neighbours, particularly China and North and South Korea. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa

 

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Japan's Emperor Akihito (R) and Empress Michiko bow before an altar at a memorial service for the war dead at Budokan Hall in Tokyo August 15, 2005. Japan marked the 60th anniversary of its defeat in World War Two on Monday with an apology by Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi for suffering caused by Japanese military aggression and pledged that Tokyo would never again go to war. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa

 

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Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi prays for the unknown soldiers and civilians killed in World War Two at Chidorigafuchi National Cemetary in Tokyo August 15, 2005. Koizumi marked the 60th anniversary of Japan's defeat in World War Two on Monday with an apology for suffering caused by Japanese military aggression and pledged that Tokyo would never again go to war. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao

 

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A former military nurse Masako Ishikawa holds a white dove during a ceremony to mark the end of World War II at the controversial Yasukuni shrine in Tokyo. Japan marked the 60th anniversary of its defeat in World War II with a new apology to Asian nations still resentful of how the Japanese remember their role in the deadliest conflict in/ AFP

 

 

ЛЮБОВЬ. ПОКАЯНИЕ. МИР. БРАТСТВО. КУЛЬТУРА И СОЗИДАНИЕ. ДУХОВНОСТЬ.

 

Нет агрессии, насилию и жестокости! XXI век без насилия!

 

LUCH - 2005