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In this Sunday, Sept. 26 photo, a North Korean soldier walks on the bank of the Yalu River in the North Korean town of Sinuiju. North Korean leader Kim Jong Il promoted his youngest son to the rank of general in the Korean People's Army, the state news agency reported early Tuesday, the clearest signal yet that the 20-something is on track to succeed his father in ruling the impoverished country.  (AP Photo)

In this Sunday, Sept. 26 photo, a North Korean soldier walks on the bank of the Yalu River in the North Korean town of Sinuiju. North Korean leader Kim Jong Il promoted his youngest son to the rank of general in the Korean People's Army, the state news agency reported early Tuesday, the clearest signal yet that the 20-something is on track to succeed his father in ruling the impoverished country. (AP Photo)

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