Korean 'comfort women' meet with Pope

This handout picture released by the Osservatore Romano shows Pope Francis (L) meeting with former "comfort women", Koreans forced to work in Japanese wartime military brothels, prior to celebrate a mass for peace and reconciliation at the cathedral on August 18, 2014 in Seoul. Pope Francis wrapped up the first papal visit to Asia in 15 years on August 18, urging the divided Koreas to reject suspicion and confrontation and unite as "one family, one people". 

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This handout picture released by the Osservatore Romano shows Pope Francis (L) meeting with former "comfort women", Koreans forced to work in Japanese wartime military brothels, prior to celebrate a mass for peace and reconciliation at the cathedral on August 18, 2014 in Seoul. Pope Francis wrapped up the first papal visit to Asia in 15 years on August 18, urging the divided Koreas to reject suspicion and confrontation and unite as "one family, one people". 

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