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Russian Soyuz rocket blasts off to launch 36 new UK satellites


A Russian Soyuz rocket blasts into space carrying 36 new satellites from British operator OneWeb, which aims to provide broadband internet around the world. The rocket, operated by Europe's Arianespace, took off from the Vostochny cosmodrome in Russia's Far East at 09h40 GMT. IMAGES

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