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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe gestures as he answers questions following his war anniversary statement that neighbouring nations will scrutinise for signs of sufficient remorse over Tokyo's past militarism at his official residence in Tokyo on August 14, 2015.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe gestures as he answers questions following his war anniversary statement that neighbouring nations will scrutinise for signs of sufficient remorse over Tokyo's past militarism at his official residence in Tokyo on August 14, 2015.

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South Korea: Abe apology 'not sincere'

As CNN's Kathy Novak reports, some South Koreans say they did not get the sincere apology they were hoping for from Japan's prime minister over his country's actions during WWII.

South Korea: Abe apology 'not sincere'

As CNN's Kathy Novak reports, some South Koreans say they did not get the sincere apology they were hoping for from Japan's prime minister over his country's actions during WWII.