North Korean leader Kim Jong-un gets emotional during speech – BBC News

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    North Korean leader Kim Jong-un became emotional during a speech at a military parade over the weekend. He wiped away tears as he spoke of the country’s struggles. While the military display featured newly developed massive missiles, Kim Jong-un thanked his troops for their efforts against the pandemic and recent natural disasters. Observers have suggested that he may be trying to show humility even as the country faces a mounting economic crisis.

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