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**FILE** North Korean leader Kim Jong Un arrives at the cemeteries of fallen fighters of the Korean People's Army (KPA) on Thursday, July 25, 2013 in Pyongyang, North Korea as part of ceremonies marking the 60th anniversary of the signing of the armistice that ended hostilities on the Korean peninsula. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E)

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** FILE ** North Korean leader Kim Jong-un claps during the Supreme People's Assembly in Pyongyang, North Korea. (Associated Press)

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In this Nov. 6, 2013 photo, North Korean farmers line up with wagons to load cabbage at a field north east from the capital Pyongyang during cabbage harvesting season across North Korea. A funding crunch for aid to North Korea has become so severe 500,000 rural schoolchildren are as of April 2014, no longer receiving assistance and aid to millions more could soon dry up, according to a report obtained by The Associated Press. The report underscores the flight of international donors to countries with less political baggage and more willingness to let aid workers do their jobs.(AP Photo/David Guttenfelder)

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In this Nov. 6, 2013 photo, a World Food Program vehicle drives on a mountain road near the city of Kimchaek, in northeastern North Korea. A funding crunch for aid to North Korea has become so severe 500,000 rural schoolchildren are as of April 2014, no longer receiving assistance and aid to millions more could soon dry up, according to a report obtained by The Associated Press. The report underscores the flight of international donors to countries with less political baggage and more willingness to let aid workers do their jobs. (AP Photo/David Guttenfelder)

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In this Friday, March 28, 2014 photo, singers of the Moranbong Band perform on their stage in Pyongyang, North Korea. Step aside, Sea of Blood Opera. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s favorite guitar-slinging, miniskirt-sporting girl group, the Moranbong Band, is back. And these ladies know how to shimmy. (AP Photo/Jon Chol Jin)

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In this Friday, March 28, 2014 photo, singers of the Moranbong Band hold bouquets of flowers during their performance in Pyongyang, North Korea. Step aside, Sea of Blood Opera. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s favorite guitar-slinging, miniskirt-sporting girl group, the Moranbong Band, is back. And these ladies know how to shimmy. (AP Photo/Kim Kwang Hyon)

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In this Friday, March 28, 2014 photo, singers of the Moranbong Band, Jong Su Hyang, foreground, and Pak Mi Kyong, left perform on their stage in Pyongyang, North Korea. Step aside, Sea of Blood Opera. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s favorite guitar-slinging, miniskirt-sporting girl group, the Moranbong Band, is back. And these ladies know how to shimmy. (AP Photo/Jon Chol Jin)

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In this Friday, March 28, 2014 photo, singers of the Moranbong Band perform on their stage in Pyongyang, North Korea. Step aside, Sea of Blood Opera. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s favorite guitar-slinging, miniskirt-sporting girl group, the Moranbong Band, is back. And these ladies know how to shimmy. (AP Photo/Jon Chol Jin)

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This April 18, 2012 satellite image provided by GeoEye shows North Korea's Punggye-ri nuclear test site. Commercial satellite imagery shows increased activity at North Korea’s nuclear test site but not enough to indicate an underground atomic explosion is imminent, a U.S. research institute said Tuesday. North Korea last month threatened to conduct its fourth nuclear test and there’s been speculation it may do so as President Barack Obama travels to Asia this week. (AP Photo/GeoEye)

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This April 18, 2012 satellite image provided by GeoEye shows North Korea's Punggye-ri nuclear test site. Commercial satellite imagery shows increased activity at North Korea’s nuclear test site but not enough to indicate an underground atomic explosion is imminent, a U.S. research institute said Tuesday. North Korea last month threatened to conduct its fourth nuclear test and there’s been speculation it may do so as President Barack Obama travels to Asia this week. (AP Photo/GeoEye) **FILE**