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Minju Joson Accuses Japan of Denying Sexual Slavery
Pyongyang, March 10 (KCNA) -- According to a report of interrogation about POWs of the Imperial Japanese Army which was declassified at the U.S. National Archives recently, sexual slaves Japan forcibly took to the Myanmar front during the Pacific war were all Koreans. Yuichishi, a service member of the Japanese army on the Myanmar front in those days, in an interrogation after he was captured by U.S. forces confessed that comfort women for the Imperial Japanese Army were all Koreans. Had they been hurled into combat zones, they would have been killed by service personnel of the Imperial Japanese Army greedy for satisfying their carnal desire, he added.

Minju Joson Tuesday in a commentary says this brought to light once again the truth about the sexual slavery for the Imperial Japanese Army.

It goes on:

Japan forced 200 000 Korean women into sexual slavery with government and military power involved, inflicting unspeakable mental and physical pain on them. This was monstrous crimes against humanity unprecedented in the human history.

Japan is still denying the said crimes, claiming that there is no convincing evidence enough to prove the crimes. This is a foolish act of fully revealing the moral vulgarity peculiar to Japan.

These horrible crimes against humanity will never be forgotten no matter how persistently Japan may deny them.

Japan should clearly understand that it is the unavoidable legal and moral obligation for Japan to make an apology and reparation for these crimes.

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