Flights rerouted to avoid launch

Austin American-Statesman - - THE SECOND FRONT -

South Korea said Mon­day that it plans to reroute pas­sen­ger flights over the Yel­low Sea to avoid pos­si­ble col­li­sions with de­bris from a lon­grange rocket that North Korea plans to launch this month. Korean of­fi­cials said the de­ci­sion was made af­ter learn­ing that North Korea had in­formed China and Sin­ga­pore of the flight path and other de­tails of the launch. The In­ter­na­tional Mar­itime Or­ga­ni­za­tion said North Korea planned to launch a satel­lite be­tween Dec. 1022 dur­ing the hours of 7 a.m and noon. the deputy Mult­nomah County med­i­cal ex­am­iner, Peter Bel­lant, who con­firmed the death Sun­day. He was 49. Relin died of a blunt force head in­jury Nov. 14, Bel­lant said. Relin said in le­gal fil­ings about a year ago that his ca­reer suf­fered from al­le­ga­tions of lies in the story of a hu­man­i­tar­ian who built schools in Pak­istan and Afghanistan.

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