North, South Korea Commemorate End of Korean War - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

A display of military might as North Korea celebrates the 60th anniversary of the Korean war. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is joined by China's vice president in Pyongyang's main square. The war ended in stalemate in 1953, but North Korea sees it as a victory, calling it "the Great Fatherland Liberation War." The parade, one of the largest ever held in the North, was roundly condemned in South Korea, with protesters burning effigies of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.



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