The coming Sunday marks the 70th anniversary of the signing on July 26, 1945 of the Potsdam Proclamation demanding Japan's unconditional surrender to the Allies at the end of World War II, shortly before Japan's total defeat in the war.
"Respect for the historical truth" -- a visit to Cecilienhof Palace as world commemorates 70th anniversary of Potsdam Proclamation
"Now you are entering the conference hall. The roundtable placed in the center is the original one used during the Potsdam Conference," a docent told visitors in the Cecilienhof Palace in Potsdam, a city situated to the southwest of the German capital of Berlin.
Relatives of Chinese victims of forced labor are hoping to receive a formal apology and compensation from Japanese industrial giant Mitsubishi Materials after an announcement by the company on Wednesday.
India has no need to worry about Chinese military expansion under the Maldives' new policy that allows foreigners to buy its land after the islands vowed to keep the Indian Ocean a demilitarized zone.
More Japanese companies that committed war crimes by using Chinese slave laborers need to follow the example of Mitsubishi Materials to show repentance, apoligize and offer due compensation to their victims.