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A Tokyo-based textbook publisher has obtained government approval to delete depictions of “comfort women” and references to foreign workers forcibly brought to Japan, from its high school social studies books, sources said Friday.

The education ministry approved publisher Suken Shuppan’s November request to delete such references from three textbooks.

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