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South Korea proposes UN probe into Japanese sanctions claims

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South Korea proposes UN probe into Japanese sanctions claims

South Korea proposes UN probe into Japanese sanctions claims

Seoul seeks probe as it rejects claims that it violated UN sanctions by exporting sensitive materials to North Korea.

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