The art of re-emergence: North Korea leader Kim appears after long gap
Saturday, 2 May 2020 When North Korea broke a three-week silence on leader Kim Jong Un's public activity on Saturday, it offered no clue where he has been during a period of intense global speculation about his health and whereabouts, or why he was hidden from the public for so long.
North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un appeared in public after a gap of almost three weeks. Kim's absence at an event to commemorate his grandfather's birth anniversary had sparked speculation about his health. Kim Il Sung founded the current-day North Korean state. Reports had suggested that Kim Jong Un...
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