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Japan, South Korea resume summit talks after 3-year halt

Japan’s prime minister told the South Korean president Monday he wanted a new era in relations between their countries as the two resumed regular summit talks suspended three years ago amid a dispute over a Tokyo war shrine. Japan’s Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda and South Korea’s new President Lee Myung-bak were expected to discuss expanding business and culture exchanges and explore ways to step up cooperation on North Korea’s nuclear disarmament. Full Story

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