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N.Korea's young leader fared poorly in Swiss school: Report

North Korea's young leader Kim Jong-Un, who was schooled in Switzerland, obtained poor grades in school and was often absent, according to a Swiss newspaper report.

Kim, who is 29, was absent for 75

North Korea calls for 'human shields' to protect new leader


North Korea called on its people to rally behind new leader Kim Jong-un and protect him as 'human shields' while working to solve the 'burning issue' of food shortages by upholding the policies of his

North Korea declares Kim Jong-Un commander of military

North Korea said on Saturday its new leader Kim Jong-Un has formally been appointed supreme commander of the 1.2 million-strong military, in another sign he is rapidly tightening his grip on power.


North Korean succession is stable: South Korea, US

The defense chiefs of South Korea and the US said the power succession in North Korea following the death of its leader Kim Jong-il has been stable so far.

South Korean Defense Minister Kim Kwan-jin

N.Korea military, uncle to share power with Kim's heir


North Korea will shift to collective rule from a strongman dictatorship after last week's death of Kim Jong-il, although his untested young son will be at the head of the ruling coterie, a source with

‘Young general’ seen poised to take over

Young and inexperienced, Kim Jong-un is seen as poised to take over North Korea with the death of his father and extend the Kim dynasty's rule over the reclusive state for a third generation.

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Kim son gets powerful party posts

Sept. 29: The youngest son of ailing leader Kim Jong-Il has taken over powerful posts in North Korea’s ruling party, state media said on Wednesday, confirming his status as heir apparent in the nuclea

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