Speculation on the health of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

North Korea was expected to hold a lavish parade for its 60th anniversary, with armaments and military hardware on display. Instead, it was scaled back and leader Kim Jong II was absent. Why? Chinese sources in the South Korean press report that the leader is gravely ill.
Guest: Donald Gregg, former U.S. Ambassador to Korea and current Chairman of the Board of the Korea Society.

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