By TAKUYA SUZUKI/ Correspondent
January 8, 2021 at 15:00 JST
SEOUL--A South Korean court issued a landmark ruling Jan. 8 ordering the Japanese government to pay damages to 12 former “comfort women” for wartime criminal acts committed “in a planned and organized manner.” [Read More]
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