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A Russian Soyuz rocket blasts off from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan carrying 38 foreign satellites after takeoff was twice postponed due to technical issues, Russian space agency Roscosmos says. Video published by the Russian space agency shows the Soyuz blaster launching against grey and cloudy skies at 0607 GMT. IMAGES

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