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  1. FILE PHOTO: Trial in Muenster

    Former death-camp guard tells German court he was never a Nazi

    A 94-year-old German man accused of assisting in the murder of hundreds of people at a concentration camp during World War Two told a court on ...
  2. Lawyers and activists hold photos of South Korean plaintiffs who were forced to work for a Japanese

    Nippon Steel rebuffs South Korean lawyers in forced labour row

    Lawyers seeking compensation for South Koreans forced to work for Japanese firms during World War Two on Monday demanded Japan's Nippon Steel & ...
  3. Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono speaks to media after a meeting with South Korean ambassador to

    South Korea warns Japan in row over wartime forced labour

  4. Trial in Muenster

    Germany tries 94-year-old accused of helping Nazis in camp murders

    A 94-year-old wheelchair-bound man appeared in court on Tuesday accused of helping to murder hundreds of people at a Nazi concentration camp ...
  5. Lee Choon-shik, a victim of wartime forced labor during the Japanese colonial period, sits inside t

    Public opinion, legal hurdles cloud outlook for Japan-S Korea forced labour row

    Japan and South Korea will try to keep a row over World War Two forced labourers from spiralling into a crisis, after a court ruling forced the U.S.
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    Nazi war crimes suspect, 94, faces trial in German youth court

  7. Russian President Putin shakes hands with Japanese PM Abe during a news conference following their

    Japan says it wants dispute over islands resolved before Russia treaty

    Japan wants the return of islands captured by Russia in World War Two before it signs a peace treaty, a Japanese government spokesman said on ...
  8. Emperor Akihito (right) and Empress Michiko

    Japan's Akihito pushed imperial boundaries to reach out to Asia

    Although he cannot directly influence government policy, Akihito has created a broader consciousness of Japan's wartime past, experts say.
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    Australian nearing 100 sets world record at Commonwealth trials