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The Group of Seven’s foreign ministers are expected to pledge better use of information, including data on suspects wanted by Interpol, to counter terrorism when they hold talks starting next Sunday in Hiroshima, according to sources.

The ministers will also likely agree on the launch of a new system in which each G-7 country’s customs authorities can request airlines’ itinerary information on ticketed travelers to limit terrorists’ movements, the sources said Sunday.

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