World War II
How Tattoos Saved These Indonesian Women From Sexual Slavery In World War II
A local marriage tradition in the island of Timor helped these women escape from becoming comfort women during Japanese occupation.
Heineken Could Be Banned in Hungary for Use of Red Star in Logo
The Eastern European nation hopes to eradicate the usage of communist iconography and Nazi symbology, including the swastika and the red star.
Haunting Black-and-White Photos Reveal a Brutal War Crime's Aftermath
'The Portraits of 108' is Jinhyun Cha's harrowing photographic series of surviving Korean “comfort women,” sexual slaves to the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II.