(Jason Aldag, Regine Cabato/Shallah Montero for The Washington Post)
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Philippine women struggle to find justice for World War II horrors
More than seven decades after the Japanese Imperial Army invaded the Philippines and raped hundreds of girls, the survivors still want to be heard.
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