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Japan should ensure that its school textbooks and other teaching materials present issues in “a fair and balanced manner,” a United Nations human rights committee said in a report released Friday.

The U.N. Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights issued the call in a report evaluating Japan’s record on human rights.

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