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N. Korea stages mass rally, vows to strike US targets

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Tens of thousands of North Korean soldiers and civilians held a huge rally and march in Pyongyang on Friday, in a mass display of support for a possible military strike against the United States. 

Picture released by North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency on May 2, 2012, shows North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un being greeted by military officials during a visit to a factory in Pyongyang. Tens of thousands of North Korean soldiers and civilians have held a huge rally and march in Pyongyang, in a mass display of support for a possible military strike against the United States.

The rally in Pyongyang's giant Kim Il-Sung square was attended by soldiers, veterans, workers and students, all wearing military uniforms. The North's young leader, Kim Jong-Un, was not present.

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