Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Breaking: Power shake-up in North Korea - Uncle dismissed - aids executed.

SEOUL, South Korea — South Korea’s spy agency believes that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s powerful uncle may have been dismissed from his posts last month and that two of his aides were executed, two lawmakers said Tuesday.
The lawmakers said they were told by South Korea’s National Intelligence Service that Jang Song Thaek has not been seen publicly since then, indicating he may have been fired.
There was no official word from North Korea on Jang’s fate, and it was not possible to independently confirm the claim.

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