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Malaysia finds 100 artillery shells on Chinese barge, says it likely plundered WWII shipwrecks

  • A Chinese barge detained by Malaysia's maritime agency is believed to have plundered two British warship wrecks from World War II, the HMS Repulse and the HMS Prince of Wales, and discovered 100 old artillery shells on it.
  • The shipwrecks, which are designated war graves, were sunk by Japanese torpedoes in 1941 and over 800 sailors perished.
  • The material from the two warships is valuable and could be smelted for use in manufacturing of sensitive scientific and medical equipment.
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