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A Chinese magazine featuring a front page story on the future successor of North Korea in Beijing
 
A Chinese magazine featuring a front page story on the future successor of North Korea in Beijing
A Chinese magazine featuring a front page story on the future successor of North Korea's leader Kim Jong-il at a newsstand in Beijing October 13, 2010. A top North Korean official has made the first public comments that Kim Jong-il is likely to be succeeded by his youngest son, Kim Jong-un. UPI/Stephen Shaver
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