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2014-11-29 Sat 11:02
Japan's biggest newspaper has issued a controversial apology for using the term "sex slaves" when referring to women who worked in brothels set up for Japanese soldiers in World War Two.
Yomiuri Shimbun said its English version should not have used the phrase as it implied the women were coerced.
Japan apologised in 1993 for forcing thousands of women, many from China and South Korea, into army brothels.