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In response to North Korea’s plan to launch an “earth observation satellite” in December, Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda ordered relevant ministries Saturday to take every possible precaution to ensure the public’s safety.

Noda also indicated his readiness to urge Pyongyang — in cooperation with the United States, South Korea, China and Russia — not to go through with the launch, according to government officials.

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