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And with too few crematoria in high-population centers like Tokyo, things are only expected to get worse.
Wrap the rest of the carcass in a plastic bag secured by duct tape and drag it into a refrigerated semitrailer, ultimately bound for a pet crematorium in Poynette.
But transforming a historically industrial area into a welcoming gateway may be a challenge as auto-repair shops, two cement companies and a funeral crematorium dot the road’s landscape.
Orwell’s friends died, then disappeared — the NKVD, Stalin’s secret police, built a special crematorium in Barcelona to dispose of the bodies.
The outdoor memorial is steps away from the museum, and features the now-empty canisters on display behind glass in the hospital's original crematorium.
According to Stuart Jones, the acting assistant secretary for Near Eastern Affairs at the U.S. State Department, recently declassified reports and photos show a crematorium at the Saydnaya military prison near the Syrian capital of Damascus.
The photographs, taken over the course of several years, beginning in 2013, do not prove the building is a crematorium, but show a facility consistent with such use, Jones said.
The photos, taken over several years starting in 2013, do not prove the building is a crematorium, but show construction consistent with such a facility.
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