Japan's construction firm secures reconciliation with wartime Chinese laborers

09:07, April 27, 2010      

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Relatives of wartime Chinese laborers Zhang Zaoling (2nd R front), An Zenglu (3rd R front) and Shi Guiwang (5th R front) hold a banner as they walk to the courtroom in Tokyo, Japan, April 26, 2010. Japanese Nishimatsu Construction Co. secured a reconciliation Monday with wartime Chinese laborers, agreeing to pay 128 million yen (1.36 million U.S. dollars) to the war victims. In June 1944, some 183 Chinese laborers were forced to work at a construction site of a hydropower station in Niigata,Japan. (Xinhua/Ji Chunpeng)

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