Kim Jong-un: Why there’s growing certainty he'll be next North Korea leader

Kim Jong-un, youngest son to North Korea's 'dear leader' has been appointed to general, along with his aunt. The newly acquired rank is a very strong sign there will be no change in the ‘military first’ policy within the closed nation.

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    A South Korean man at the Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea, watches a TV news program showing North Korean leader Kim Jong-il, on Tuesday. Kim Jong-il appointed his youngest son, Kim Jong-un (top right in the TV screen), as an army general.
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