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KOREA-NORTH/ROCKET
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April 11, 2012 
A computer screen shows no-fly zones in red, as well as a new route that would avoid an accident with... 
Tokyo, Japan 
A computer screen shows no-fly zones in red, as well as a new route that would avoid an accident with... 
A computer screen shows no-fly zones in red, as well as a new route that would avoid an accident with North Korea's planned long-range rocket launch in a Japan Airlines' pilot ready room in Tokyo April 11, 2012. Japanese airlines have made changes to flight routes in the east of the Philippines, where a North Korean missile's second-stage booster is expected to fall if the rocket is launched, following instructions from Philippine air authorities to close usual routes during North Korea's expected launch period, according to Norio Tomine, Japan Airlines' flight operations route planning director. The launch of the Unha-3 rocket, which North Korea says will merely put a weather satellite into space, has been condemned by its neighbours and the West as a long-range ballistic missile test. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS) 
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