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The South Korean Parliament’s Foreign Affairs, Trade and Unification Committee adopted a resolution Tuesday demanding that Japan make an official apology to women forced to serve as sex slaves for the Japanese military during the war.

The resolution also calls for Japan to compensate the victims.

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