TOKYO (AP) -- Thousands of people protested outside the Japanese prime minister's office Monday in anticipation his government will reinterpret the constitution to allow Japan's military a larger international role.
A Korean woman who was among those forced to provide sex to Japanese soldiers during World War II is visiting two New Jersey memorials to so-called `comfort women' that were built to honor their struggle.
Hundreds of Japanese have protested at a Tokyo park to demand an end to atomic power -- vowing never to give up their fight despite two years of little change after the nuclear disaster in Fukushima, northeastern Japan.
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