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NBC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 03, 1993
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Report introduced.

(Tokyo: Kiko Itasaka) The abduction by the Japanese during World War II of women from Korea, China and the Philippines to be used in brothels featured; historical film shown. [Filipino woman Julia PORRAS - (thru translator) calls for justice.] Refusal of the government to pay compensation to the "comfort women" noted. [Japanese government spokesman Masamichi HANABUSA - comments on the investigation.] [Former Japanese government official Seiji YOSHIDA - (thru translator) recalls rounding up women to be sex slaves.] [Disowned Filipino WOMAN - details the plight of the "comfort women."]

Itasaka, Kiko;
Utley, Garrick

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