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Japan and South Korea took fresh swipes at one another Sunday, raising questions about whether relations between the U.S. allies would improve after they reached a last-minute deal Friday to rescue an expiring intelligence-sharing pact.

Late Sunday Japan rejected a South Korean complaint over the wording of an announcement that the two sides would hold talks on a dispute over export controls.

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