In this Aug. 30, 2010, file photo, a train believed to be carrying then North Korean leader Kim Jong Il moves past Dongjingcheng, Heilongjiang province, China. (Kyodo News via AP, File)
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The North Korean train that arrived in Beijing this week looked remarkably similar to one used by the North's late leader Kim Jong Il, its olive-green exterior and yellow stripe prompting intense speculation his son and successor Kim Jong Un was on board.Due to a fear of flying the older Kim used high-security trains during his seven visits to China and three to Russia over his 1994-2011 term.The train seen in Beijing this week looked particularly similar to one used during Kim Jong Il's 2010 trip to the Chinese capital, according to the Joongang daily.
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