North Korea`s Kim Jong-Un rounds up executed uncle’s relatives
Sydney: North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has reportedly rounded up hundreds of people connected to the country’s former second in command and his executed uncle Jang Song-Thaek.
According to the media reports, hundreds of people, including relatives connected to Jang’s father, were taken away by military police from the Pyongchong area of the capital Pyongyang, News.com.au reports.
Song-Thaek was executed on December 12 after being purged from power for being a traitor and denounced by the leader as being "worse than a dog".
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