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At least 100 flights to and from Tokyo’s Haneda airport were delayed or forced to turn back Thursday after its radar system developed a hazardous tracking glitch, the transport ministry said.

The airport said the glitch made it difficult to track the planes by preventing their speeds and altitudes from appearing on their radar screens.

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