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This 1941 photo provided by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, shows two destitute children sitting with empty bowls on a street in the Warsaw ghetto. (Willy Georg/AP Photo/United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Willy Georg)
This 1941 photo provided by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, shows two destitute children sitting with empty bowls on a street in the Warsaw ghetto. (Willy Georg/AP Photo/United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Willy Georg)

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After Japan says sorry, a look at 5 powerful apologies in history Add to ...

The apology by the Japanese government to Canadian POWs is a reminder that the search for an apology - and the need to apologize - runs throughout modern history. Herewith, five recent examples of national and global apologies that have made headlines.

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