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Kim Jong Il's funeral procession (7 images)

Updated: Dec. 28, 2011 at 1:21 PM
China's state television shows footage of Kim Jong-un walking next to a hearse carrying his father North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il's body through the streets of Pyongyang during a state funeral December 28, 2011. China offered its "deep condolences" on the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il, which analysts said will spur China's leaders to boost ties with Pyongyang to prevent instability. UPI/Stephen Shaver
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China's state television shows footage of Kim Jong-un walking next to a hearse carrying his father North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il's body through the streets of Pyongyang during a state funeral December 28, 2011. China offered its "deep condolences" on the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il, which analysts said will spur China's leaders to boost ties with Pyongyang to prevent instability. UPI/Stephen Shaver
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China's state television shows footage of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il's state funeral in Pyongyang December 28, 2011. China offered its "deep condolences" on the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il, which analysts said will spur China's leaders to boost ties with Pyongyang to prevent instability. UPI/Stephen Shaver
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China's state television shows footage of Kim Jong-un saluting his father North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il's body during a state funeral in Pyongyang December 28, 2011. China offered its "deep condolences" on the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il, which analysts said will spur China's leaders to boost ties with Pyongyang to prevent instability. UPI/Stephen Shaver
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China's state television shows footage of Kim Jong-un walking next to a hearse carrying his father North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il's body through the streets of Pyongyang during a state funeral December 28, 2011. China offered its "deep condolences" on the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il, which analysts said will spur China's leaders to boost ties with Pyongyang to prevent instability. UPI/Stephen Shaver
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China's state television shows footage of Kim Jong-un walking next to a hearse carrying his father North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il's body through the streets of Pyongyang during a state funeral December 28, 2011. China offered its "deep condolences" on the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il, which analysts said will spur China's leaders to boost ties with Pyongyang to prevent instability. UPI/Stephen Shaver
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China's state television shows footage of Kim Jong-un walking next to a hearse carrying his father North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il's body through the streets of Pyongyang during a state funeral December 28, 2011. China offered its "deep condolences" on the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il, which analysts said will spur China's leaders to boost ties with Pyongyang to prevent instability. UPI/Stephen Shaver
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