North Korea military parade combines missiles and pom-poms

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North Korea has put on a huge parade in Pyongyang to mark the 105th anniversary of the birth of the nation’s founding president, Kim Il-sung.
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The anniversary is known as Day of the Sun, as Kim Il-sung is often symbolised by the sun.
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Saturday's parade was seen as a show of military force as tensions rise with the United States.
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The BBC’s reporter John Sudworth, who attended the parade, said he could feel the ground shake as soldiers and rockets passed by.
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Female soldiers goose-stepped with perfect precision.
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North Korea's flag was waved with vigour.
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A group of men held pom-poms.
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A formation of planes created the figures of 105 overhead.
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Leader Kim Jong-un, and grandson of the nation’s founding father, waved to the huge crowds.
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And a soldier filmed the action as it passed by.

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