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Japan is ready to share, as requested by South Korea, information related to the launch a day earlier of what North Korea claims to have been a submarine-launched ballistic missile, government sources said Thursday.

The decision is based on an intelligence-sharing pact that is set to expire in November, after South Korea decided to terminate it amid the sharp worsening of ties over wartime history and trade policy.

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