South Korea has launched a foundation for victims forced into sex slavery by the Japanese army before and during World War Two. The Foundation for Reconciliation and Cure is part of an agreement signed by Seoul and Tokyo last December. South Korean officials say it aims to carry out projects to help victims restore their dignity and find peace.
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