North Korea's young dear leader? How greatful!!

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    North Korea has, ironically, put Kim Jong Un's greatest weakness, his age, as the biggest advantage in the new regime.
    Recently, Pyeongyang has begun a nation-wide propaganda, by calling Kim Jong Un as the 'Dear Leader', and praising him as a figure who has had extraordinary political perspectives since his youth.
    And yet, no nation recognizes him as a leader...
    If he were to be approved by both the people of North Korea and the international community, he would have to relinquish his dictatorship...

     
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    Lil' Kim pro'bly grateful its a false alarm...
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    Twitter, Weibo Light Up With Kim Jong Un Death Rumors
    February 10th, 2012 - It could be nothing more than a rumor, but word on China's Twitter equivalent, Weibo, is that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has died in a possible coup.
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    China worried about situation on Korean peninsula...
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    China troubled by Pyongyang rocket launch plans
    Apr 8,`12: China's foreign minister said Sunday that Beijing is troubled by North Korea's plans to launch a rocket and has urged more diplomacy to handle the situation, a measured response to a provocation that has unsettled the region.
     

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