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Two South Korean women forced into sexual slavery by Japan during... News Photo 163058090Activist,Adult,Civil Rights,Country,Defamation,Entering,Entrance,Filing,Horizontal,Japan,Japanese,Lawyer,Modern Rock,Music,Occupation,Office,Performance Group,Politics,Prosecutor,Prostitute,Sensuality,Seoul,Slavery,South Korea,Suit,Tokyo Prefecture,WomenPhotographer KIM JAE-HWANCollection: AFP 2013 AFPTwo South Korean women (R and C) forced into sexual slavery by Japan during Tokyo's 1910-45 occupation of the country enter a Seoul prosecutors' office on March 4, 2013, along with a lawyer and other activists to file a defamation suit against a Japanese rock band that called the women 'prostitutes' in a song. A group of South Korean women forced into wartime sexual slavery by Japan filed a defamation suit nday against a little known Japanese rock band for calling them prostitutes. A CD containing a song with the allegedly defamatory lyrics by the band 'Scramble' was mailed -- along with a translated text -- to a shelter caring for so-called 'comfort women' in Gwangju, south of Seoul, last week. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN (Photo credit should read KIM JAE-HWAN/AFP/Getty Images)