North Korea rushes construction at top military school ahead of Friday jubilee
Kim Jong Un may celebrate alma mater’s 70th anniversary with big events as he did a decade ago
North Korea’s top military university is rushing to complete a long-delayed construction project ahead of expected celebrations for its 70th anniversary this Friday, according to NK Pro analysis of satellite imagery.
The country’s leader Kim Jong Un reportedly graduated from Kim Il Sung Military University (KISMU) and may once again put on large-scale events for their platinum jubilee this week. He previously delivered a speech at the campus to celebrate its 60th anniversary a decade ago and attended a pop concert and other events for the occasion.
The anniversary comes as Kim has
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