U.S. Congressman Demands Japan Apology for WWII ‘Comfort Women’

Mike Honda

Japan says it will not revise the Kono statement, a landmark 1993 apology made to women forced to work in military brothels during World War II, but it will continue researching the subject. Tens of thousands of women were forced to provide “comfort” to Japanese troops. Anchor Anand Naidoo is joined by U.S. Congressman Mike Honda, who sponsored a bill that demanded an apology from the Japanese government.

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