'I express my sympathy toward the comfort women and apologize for the situation they found themselves in.'
SHINZO ABE, Japanese Prime Minister, referring to wartime sex slaves, in his most vocal apology since he came under fire in early March for saying there was no evidence that the Japanese military coerced women in occupied nations into sexual services during World War II
'The day I'm able to explain to you North Korean thinking is probably the day I've been in this process too long.'
CHRISTOPHER HILL, U.S. Assistant Secretary of...
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