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    Kim Jong-un Not Seen in Two Weeks

    People watch a TV program showing North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea, Sunday, April 7, 2013. South Koreaís top military officer has put off a plan to visit Washington because of escalating tension with North Korea that have also led more than a dozen South Korean companies to halt operations at a joint factory complex in the North, officials said Sunday. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)

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    He’s threatening nuclear warfare on most of the world. And he’s hiding while he does it. Despite the daily headlines being made over Kim Jong-un threats of launching and testing nuclear weapons, the North Korean leader hasn’t been seen publicly since April 1. He’s already known as the “strange hermit king,” but this extended public absence is leading some to wonder whether there’s been a coup or if this is part of some intimidation strategy. It’s expected that he will come out of hiding soon to commemorate the anniversary for his grandfather Kim Il-sung.

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