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South Korea said Tuesday it will hold a two-day joint exercise with Japan and the United States to improve their ability to detect and track missiles launched by North Korea.

The exercise starting the same day in waters off South Korea and Japan involves four Aegis-equipped ships from the three countries, according to South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff.

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