Japan to China: stop 'comfort women' heritage bid

Supporter Yang Chingja, second left, hands to a government official part of hundreds of pages of documents that experts say contain proof of coercion in the military-led "comfort women" sex slavery system during World War II, as former South Korean victims, Kim Bok-dong, 88, bottom left, and Lee Yong-soo, 85, center on wheelchair, and Indonesian victim Mince, 86, far back center wearing a white knit cap next to Yang, look on in front of Cabinet Office in Tokyo Monday, June 2, 2014. (AP Photo/Ma





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