SYDNEY – Australia’s lawmakers rejected a resolution Wednesday calling on Japan to apologize for forcing women to work as sex slaves in military brothels during World War II.
The resolution on the euphemistically named “comfort women” was defeated in Parliament’s upper house after it failed to gain the backing of the ruling Liberal-led coalition.
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