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Asia Pacific Kim Jong-un cements grip on N. Korea as he opens rare party congress

His top priorities are the North's nuclear program and the economy – not to mention signaling a clear break from his father's style. 

As Kim Jong-un prepares to preside over the first Congress that North Korea’s ruling party has held for 36 years, he is taking a leaf out of former US President Dwight Eisenhower’s policy book.

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