South Korean women, who say they were forced to serve Japanese soldiers as sex slaves during World War Two, shout slogans during an anti-Japan protest in front of the Japanese embassy in Seoul

South Korean women, who say they were forced to serve Japanese soldiers as sex slaves during World War Two, shout slogans during an anti-Japan protest in front of the Japanese embassy in Seoul March 30, 2011. The protesters demanded an official apology over the issue that Japan systematized “comfort women” during the war, and asked for full compensation for the victims from the Japanese government. Elderly Chinese and Korean women forced to work as “comfort women” for Japanese troops have had little success in pressing their case for compensation. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA – Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)

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