Japan Row With South Korea Over Sex Slaves

As Japan takes diplomatic action in protest at a statue showing a war time sex slave in South Korea, why didn't an agreement signed a year ago allow the two countries to move on?

Also on the programme, US top spies try to convince Trump that the US election was hacked by Russia; remembering Indian actor Om Puri.

(Photo: The statue of a teenage girl symbolising former 'comfort women' in front of Japanese Embassy in Seoul. Credit: Getty Images)

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