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Throngs gather near Japan embassy to mourn South Korean sex slave

The Age Friday, 1 February 2019
A hearse carrying Kim Bok-dong stopped in front of a bronze statue of a girl representing the thousands of Asian women experts say were forced into front-line brothels by the Japanese.
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