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Japan-South Korea rift

Japan and South Korea fail to resolve issues, but vow more talks

State of relations remain 'extremely severe,' says Japanese foreign minister

NEW YORK (Kyodo) -- The foreign ministers of Japan and South Korea failed on Thursday to make progress toward resolving bilateral disputes over the contentious issue of compensation for wartime labor and over trade, but agreed to continue dialogue.

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