China says 'extremely low' risk of damage on Earth from rocket re-entry

China says the risk of damage on Earth from a rocket which fell out of orbit after separating from Beijing's space station is "extremely low", after the United States warned it could crash down onto an inhabited area. Military experts in the US expect the body of the Long March 5B rocket, which separated from Beijing's space station, to come down some time around Saturday or Sunday, but warned it was difficult to predict where it will land and when.

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