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North Korean’s celebrate anniversary of Kim Jong Il’s election

By Reuters
09 October 2017   |   9:32 am
Pyongyang puts on a show to mark the 20th anniversary of late leader Kim Jong Il's election as General-Secretary of the Workers' Party.

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