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Armed with rocket and maybe heir, Kim Jong-un remembers father

Ri Sol-ju (L), the wife of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un (2nd L), is seen during the inaugural ceremony of the Kumsusan Palace Of The Sun in Pyongyang wearing a black Korean traditional dress and appearing to be heavily pregnant, as they attend the ceremony on the first anniversary of Kim Jong-il's death, in this still image taken from video December 17, 2012. REUTERS/KRT via Reuters TV

Ri Sol-ju (L), the wife of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un (2nd L), is seen during the inaugural ceremony of the Kumsusan Palace Of The Sun in Pyongyang wearing a black Korean traditional dress and appearing to be heavily pregnant, as they attend the...more

Ri Sol-ju (L), the wife of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un (2nd L), is seen during the inaugural ceremony of the Kumsusan Palace Of The Sun in Pyongyang wearing a black Korean traditional dress and appearing to be heavily pregnant, as they attend the ceremony on the first anniversary of Kim Jong-il's death, in this still image taken from video December 17, 2012. REUTERS/KRT via Reuters TV
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North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un (R) and his wife Ri Sol-ju (rear) greets leaders of the party, state and military outside the Kumsusan Palace Of The Sun in Pyongyang as they attend the inaugural ceremony of the renovated mausoleum, where the bodies of his father Kim Jong-il and his grandfather Kim Il-sung lie in state, in this still image taken from video December 17, 2012. REUTERS/KRT via Reuters TV

North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un (R) and his wife Ri Sol-ju (rear) greets leaders of the party, state and military outside the Kumsusan Palace Of The Sun in Pyongyang as they attend the inaugural ceremony of the renovated mausoleum, where the bodies...more

North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un (R) and his wife Ri Sol-ju (rear) greets leaders of the party, state and military outside the Kumsusan Palace Of The Sun in Pyongyang as they attend the inaugural ceremony of the renovated mausoleum, where the bodies of his father Kim Jong-il and his grandfather Kim Il-sung lie in state, in this still image taken from video December 17, 2012. REUTERS/KRT via Reuters TV
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North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un (4th L) and his wife Ri Sol-ju (3rd L) applaud outside the Kumsusan Palace Of The Sun in Pyongyang as they attend the inaugural ceremony of the renovated mausoleum, where the bodies of his father Kim Jong-il and his grandfather Kim Il-sung lie in state, in this still image taken from video December 17, 2012. REUTERS/KRT via Reuters TV

North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un (4th L) and his wife Ri Sol-ju (3rd L) applaud outside the Kumsusan Palace Of The Sun in Pyongyang as they attend the inaugural ceremony of the renovated mausoleum, where the bodies of his father Kim Jong-il and his...more

North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un (4th L) and his wife Ri Sol-ju (3rd L) applaud outside the Kumsusan Palace Of The Sun in Pyongyang as they attend the inaugural ceremony of the renovated mausoleum, where the bodies of his father Kim Jong-il and his grandfather Kim Il-sung lie in state, in this still image taken from video December 17, 2012. REUTERS/KRT via Reuters TV
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Ri Sul-joo (5th R), the wife of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un (4th R), is seen during the inaugural ceremony of the Kumsusan Palace Of The Sun in Pyongyang wearing a black Korean traditional dress and appearing to be heavily pregnant, as they attend the ceremony on the first anniversary of Kim Jong-il's death, in this still image taken from video December 17, 2012. REUTERS/KRT via Reuters TV

Ri Sul-joo (5th R), the wife of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un (4th R), is seen during the inaugural ceremony of the Kumsusan Palace Of The Sun in Pyongyang wearing a black Korean traditional dress and appearing to be heavily pregnant, as they...more

Ri Sul-joo (5th R), the wife of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un (4th R), is seen during the inaugural ceremony of the Kumsusan Palace Of The Sun in Pyongyang wearing a black Korean traditional dress and appearing to be heavily pregnant, as they attend the ceremony on the first anniversary of Kim Jong-il's death, in this still image taken from video December 17, 2012. REUTERS/KRT via Reuters TV
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