Reports: NKorea Kim’s youngest son named successor

SEOUL, South Korea -- Kim Jong Il’s youngest son _ a 26-year-old who reportedly enjoys skiing and studied English, German and French at a Swiss boarding school _ was named North Korea’s next leader in an announcement to top ruling party, government and military officials, a South Korean lawmaker and... Full Story »

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by Sirajul Islam - Jun. 2, 2009

Because it is appeared in the Washington Post

N Korea is in fact becomes a kingdom. The country should declared it as a communist kingdom of North Korea

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