Dec. 17 - North Koreans paid respects to their former leader Kim Jong-il, marking the first anniversary of his death. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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North Korean state television shows hundreds of service personnel and citizens paying homage to Kim Jong-il on the first anniversary of his death on Monday.
The pictures show mourners in Pyongyang gathered in front of statues of Kim Jong-il and North Korea's founder Kim Il-sung, and mosaics portraying the two leaders' smiling faces.
Soldiers and civilians stood for silent prayers and offered flowers to statues of current leader Kim Jong-un's father and grandfather.
A state funeral and a commemorative event capped 10 days of mourning following Kim Jong-il's death on December 17, 2011 and his son, Kim Jong-un, was hailed as the "great successor".
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