North Korean failed rocket returns as model at show
A model of a controversial North Korean rocket that broke up shortly after take-off has gone on display at a flower show in the capital, Pyongyang.
Visitors posed for photographs next to the replica Unha-3, the launch of which last week was condemned by the UN.
A large portrait of the country's late leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il formed the exhibition's centrepiece.
The flower show is one of a series of events to mark what would have been Kim Il Sung's 100th birthday.
The failed rocket launch was largely seen by outside observers as a test of long-range missile technology.
North Korea, in a rare move, admitted the rocket's failure, but insisted it was intended to put a satellite into space.
Thousands of people turned out to see the floral displays, which featured a violet orchid called Kimilsungia and a red begonia Kimjongilia.
Other displays included miniature models of some new tower blocks built in front of a hill where bronze statues of the two deceased leaders were unveiled last week.