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August 14, 2015
Filipino "comfort woman" survivor Estelita Dy, 89, demands for an apology as well as compensation from...
Manila, Philippines
Filipino "comfort woman" survivor Estelita Dy protests in front of the Japanese embassy in Manila
Filipino "comfort woman" survivor Estelita Dy, 89, demands for an apology as well as compensation from Japan for their treatment of women forced to be comfort workers during the war as she is interviewed by reporters at a protest in front of the Japanese embassy in Manila August 14, 2015. The term "comfort women" is a Japanese euphemism for the thousands of Korean and other Asian women forced into prostitution at Japanese military brothels before and during World War Two. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
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