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January 17, 2005
A relative of a South Korean victim of Japan's colonial rule, cries during a protest in front of Japanese...
Seoul, Korea
A relative of a South Korean victim of Japan's colonial rule, cries during a protest in front ...
A relative of a South Korean victim of Japan's colonial rule, cries during a protest in front of Japanese embassy in Seoul. A relative of a South Korean victim of Japan's 1910-45 colonial rule cry during a protest demanding full compensation for the victims in front of the Japanese embassy in Seoul January 17, 2005. South Korean government disclosed on Monday five declassified books of documents, parts of files related to the South Korea-Japan Treaty, written out in 1963-65, when the country's 14-year normalisation talks with its former colonial ruler was approaching completion. A train of compensation lawsuits from victims of Japan's colonial rule are expected after disclosure of the documents. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won
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