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A memorial service was held in Tokyo on Saturday for 6,830 Chinese forced laborers who died in various parts of Japan during the war after being brought here against their will, the first to mourn all Chinese who perished in such circumstances.

About 300 people — including around 70 from China, families of the dead and monks — took part in the service at a temple in Sumida Ward.

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