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Japan and Canada agreed Tuesday to strengthen cooperation on counterterrorism at a meeting of their vice foreign and defense ministers in Tokyo, the Foreign Ministry said.

Japan, Canada and the other Group of Seven countries — Britain, France, Germany, Italy and the United States — plan at their summit next month to adopt an action plan on countering terrorism in the wake of the attacks by Islamic State militants in Brussels and Paris.

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