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April 11, 2007 
An activist shouts slogans at a protest held by South Korean women, who said they were forced to become... 
Seoul, South Korea 
An activist shouts slogans at protest held by South Korean women in front of the Japanese embassy in... 
An activist shouts slogans at a protest held by South Korean women, who said they were forced to become sex slaves, or "comfort women", for soldiers by the Japanese military during World War Two, in front of the Japanese embassy in Seoul April 11, 2007. The protesters demanded legalistic compensation from Japan and that Tokyo does not pervert history, including its atrocities during World War Two. The sign which was made to denounce Japan and its flag reads, 'Are you going to hand down the responsibility of apology to your posterity?'. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA) 
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