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11 Aug. 2015
A wooden rosary is seen on the hand of Estelita Dy,... more
WW2-ANNIVERSARY/
RTX1NUS3
11 Aug. 2015
Manila, Philippines
A wooden rosary is seen on the hand of Estelita Dy, a Filipino "comfort woman" survivor, while looking at the pictures of fellow survivors at the resource center of women's rights group Lila Pilipina in Quezon city, metro Manila August 11, 2015. Dy is one of the caretakers at the resource center, serving as a guide for anyone interested in knowing more about the history of Filippino comfort workers during World War Two. According to local media, the women's rights group will be demanding an apology as well as compensation from Japan for their treatment of women forced to be comfort workers during the war. The term "comfort women" is a Japanese euphemism for the thousands of Korean and other Asian women forced into prostitution at Japanese military brothels before and during World War Two. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
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