Graffiti Targeting Chinese Over Virus Found at Tokyo Shrine

People visit Tokyo's war-linked Yasukuni Shrine on Aug. 13, 2019. Image: Kyodo.

TOKYO (Kyodo) — Graffiti directing threats at residents of Wuhan, the epicenter of China’s coronavirus outbreak, has been found in a public restroom at the war-linked Yasukuni shrine in Tokyo, police said Tuesday.

Written in Japanese, the threats included a call to “kill all” of the city’s residents.

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