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Japan's Government Angry over South Korean Court Ruling on Compensation

South Korean court tells Japanese company to compensate people used as slave-labour in WW2.

South Korean court tells Japanese company to compensate Korean people used as slave-labour in WW2. The ruling has angered Tokyo at a time of deteriorating relations between the two countries.

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