Straits Times Singapore – Tuesday 11 Nov, 2008
TAIPEI – IN ANOTHER sign of Taipei’s toughening stance toward Tokyo, Taiwan’s parliament on Tuesday passed a resolution asking Japan to apologise for forcing women into sex slavery during World War Two and to compensate victims.
Legislators voted unanimously on the resolution, which demands an unspecified payout for Taiwan ‘comfort women’ who worked for the Japanese military. . .
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