Japan recalls Korean envoy over 'comfort women' statueBreaking News
tags: Japan, Korea, comfort women
The statue was installed by activists outside the Japanese consulate in the South Korean city of Busan last month.
South Korea has long called for reparations for "comfort women", who were forced to work in Japanese military brothels during World War Two.
Japan says the statue violates a previous agreement on the issue.
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