Korea ‘comfort women’ put up statue at landmark rally
South Korean women kept as sex slaves by the Japanese army during World War II have held their 1,000th rally outside the Japanese embassy in Seoul.
A group of the women and their supporters unveiled a statue of a girl in traditional costume there.
Demonstrators have rallied since 1992 outside the embassy to demand an apology and compensation from Japan . . .
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