North Korea's communist dictatorship has celebrated 60 years since its so-called “victory” against its southern enemies – what was in reality a truce that put an end to fighting during the 1950-1953 Korean War. The conflict, which has never officially ended, killed an estimated 2 million people and split the Korean Peninsula in two along what has become the world's most fortified border. The Pyongyang regime marked the anniversary with military parades paying homage to its leader, Kim Jong-Un.
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