Japan recalls envoy after comfort-woman statue placed outside consulate

TOKYO – Japan is recalling its ambassador to South Korea in response to the placing of a comfort-woman statue in front of its consulate in the Korean city of Busan. Both Ambassador Yasumasa Nagamine in Seoul and the consul-general in Busan will be …
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