• Kyodo


Amnesty International is renewing its call on the Japanese government to accept full responsibility for wartime crimes against women forced into sexual slavery by the Imperial Japanese Army.

“Japan should immediately implement effective administrative mechanisms to provide full reparations to all survivors and remove legal barriers toward bringing claims before Japanese courts by reforming national laws,” Purna Sen, director of the London-based human rights watchdog’s Asia-Pacific Program, said Friday.

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