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North Korea's young new leader gets rock-star treatment when he visits his troops - just as his father did.
North Korea's young new leader gets rock-star treatment when he visits his troops — just as his father did. But while the late Kim Jong-il mostly stayed aloof in dark shades, his son holds hands and hugs his soldiers.
North Korea signaled Wednesday it remains open to suspending uranium enrichment in exchange for U.S. food aid, a deal that appeared imminent before leader Kim Jong Il died last month.