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S. Korean youth protect comfort woman statue

South Korea and Japan signed a landmark deal in December 2015 to resolve the issue of the so-called “comfort women”, a euphemism for sex slaves used by the Japanese military. Student activists in South Korea have taken turns camping out on the streets of Seoul to protect the “comfort woman statue” in memory of the women. The students say they are afraid the statue will be removed as part of a deal to end a decades-long row over the so-called “comfort woman”.

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