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An emergency meeting of the United Nations Security Council to discuss North Korea's rocket launch has ended without agreement.
As divisions emerged diplomats said the council would continue talks, but it may take days for a deal, analysts say.
Washington and Tokyo are seeking a strong response, but Beijing and Moscow have called for restraint.
Pyongyang says it launched a satellite early on Sunday but its neighbours say it was testing missile technology.
The US, South Korea and Japan have all condemned the launch from the Musudan-ri base in the north-east of the communist country.