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Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Friday 13 Apr 2012

NORTH KOREA ROCKET CRASHES INTO SEA Under the gaze of the international community, North Korea's provocative rocket launch has failed. Within minutes of take-off, it exploded and crashed into the sea. The Koreans still insist the aim was to launch a satellite into orbit – but the West saw it as a disguised attempt to test long-range missile technology banned by the UN.
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