No plans to remove ‘comfort women’ statues in Hong Kong

HONG KONG (AP) — Hong Kong’s government said Thursday there are no plans to remove a pair of statues depicting World War II Japanese army sex slaves known as “comfort women” that were erected in front of Japan’s Consulate in the Chinese territory.
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