WWII Lawsuits Muddy Effort to Ease Japan-South Korea TensionSam Kim
South Korean activists are complicating President Park Geun Hye’s tentative steps to improve ties with Japan, by turning to courts to seek recognition they were forced to work for Japanese companies, used as sex slaves or suffered after the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.
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