Protesters demand justice from Japan on 'comfort women' (update)
Taipei, Aug. 14 (CNA) Over 100 people joined a rally in Taipei Wednesday to demand an official apology from Japan for having driven thousands of women -- known euphemistically as comfort women -- into sexual slavery during World War II.
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