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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 . . .