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North Korea marks 'victory' anniversary

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, center, smiles with leading commanding officers of the country's armed forces after he gave them
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, center, smiles with leading commanding officers of the country's armed forces after he gave them "Paektusan" (Mount Paektu) commemorative pistols during a ceremony held at the country's ruling Workers' Party Central Committee headquarters in Pyongyang, Sunday. The occasion marked the 67th anniversary of what the North celebrates as a victory in the "Fatherland Liberation War," which fell Monday. South Korea marks the day as the 67th anniversary of the Korean Armistice Agreement that ended combat in the 1950-53 Korean War. Yonhap
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, center, smiles with leading commanding officers of the country's armed forces after he gave them
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, center, smiles with leading commanding officers of the country's armed forces after he gave them "Paektusan" (Mount Paektu) commemorative pistols during a ceremony held at the country's ruling Workers' Party Central Committee headquarters in Pyongyang, Sunday. The occasion marked the 67th anniversary of what the North celebrates as a victory in the "Fatherland Liberation War," which fell Monday. South Korea marks the day as the 67th anniversary of the Korean Armistice Agreement that ended combat in the 1950-53 Korean War. Yonhap
Jung Da-min damin.jung@koreatimes.co.kr

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