South Korean Army soldiers re-enact a fighting between South Korea, in green, and North Korea during Naktong River Battle re-enactment in Waegwan, South Korea, Thursday, Sept. 25, 2014. (AP/Ahn Young-joon)
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North Korea's young leader wasn't in his customary seat as the country convened its rubber-stamp parliament Thursday, adding to South Korean media speculation that Kim Jong Un may be ill.Only part of the meeting of the Supreme People's Assembly was shown on state TV, but Kim was not present and apparently missed the meeting for the first time since he took power after the death of his father Kim Jong Il in December 2011, according to an official for the South's Unification Ministry who spoke on condition of anonymity because of office rules.
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