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Japan pushed South Korea on Friday to rethink its decision to terminate a military intelligence-sharing pact that helps the two neighbors deal with missile threats from North Korea.

In a meeting in Tokyo, senior Japanese and South Korean officials failed to make significant progress toward resolving a feud sparked by a disagreement over wartime compensation that has led bilateral ties to sink to the worst level in years.

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