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Japan lawmakers seek to ban drone flights over government buildings

TOKYO -- Japan's government and ruling Liberal Democratic Party are looking to regulate drones in two stages, first by banning them from the skies above the parliament and other important buildings.

     The push for restrictions on unmanned aerial vehicles comes after one landed on the roof of the prime minister's office.

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