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Statue of 'comfort women' pulled from Japan exhibit finds new home


A Spanish businessman has bought a statue symbolizing women forced to work in Japanese military brothels which was removed from an exhibition in Japan after organizers received threats over the piece. (Reuters Lifestyle) More More

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