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Japan’s Abe decries Seoul ending intelligence deal

By DW
01 September 2019   |   10:43 am
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says South Korea has damaged trust by ending an intelligence-sharing agreement. He said he would work closely with the US for regional peace.

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