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Japanese court issues restraining order on group that sabotaged 'comfort women' documentary Updated: 2018-12-07 09:09:56 KST

A Japanese court has issued a restraining order that restricts a right-wing organization from sabotaging the screening of a South Korean documentary on the victims of Japan's wartime system of sexual slavery.
A group of one-hundred-40 Japanese lawyers, who requested the order, announced their victory on Thursday at a press conference.
Activists had previously caused a scene at theaters playing the documentary directed by Park Soo-nam that depicts the so-called 'comfort women' breaking their silence and fighting to receive an apology from Tokyo.
The court's order bans the use of loudspeakers or any act that disturbs the screening, within a 300-meter radius of the theater.
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