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North Korea state media has reported that Ri Yong-ho, North Korea's top military chief and key advisor to new leader Kim Jong-un, has been removed from all posts. Though reports cite illness as the reason for the military chief's removal, the Telegraph's correspondent in Tokyo explains that Ri Yong-Ho was probably removed to signal Kim Jong-un's authority in the regime.
Voice of America | Apr 11
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