NHK CHIEF VOWS IMPARTIALITY AFTER WAR SEX SLAVERY ROW

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TOKYO: The embattled head of Japan’s public broadcaster NHK insisted on Wednesday it would remain impartial, after his controversial remarks about wartime sex slavery reportedly jeopardized an interview with United States ambassador Caroline Kennedy. Katsuto Momii has been under fire after saying last month that the Japanese Imperial Army’s system of forcing women into military brothels during World War II was “common in any country at war.” Momii has apologized for his statement.

AFP

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