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North Korea moves army troops and vehicles to outskirts of capital – satellite imagery

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Formations of troops and vehicles have been seen formulating around the capital city of Pyongyang this week. The satellite imagery was provided by 38 North, a US think tank which provides information on the hermit state. According to the think-tank, the vehicles are amassing ahead of a planned military parade in the state.

The alleged military parade comes despite the coronavirus pandemic continuing to limit public gatherings in North Korea.

The think-tank said: “North Korea has been widely expected to hold a major military parade on October 10 this year to mark the 75th anniversary of the Workers’ Party of Korea.

“These images provide the first evidence that rehearsals are underway.

“That said, numerous tire tracks in the newly concreted area servicing the garages indicate heavy activity has taken place in and around the garages.”

Despite true information known on the state, the US think-tank has predicted the military parade will take place on October 10 to show North Korea’s military might.

Although the coronavirus pandemic has crippled many countries, it is still unsure as to the true ramifications of the virus in the country.

Speculation has also risen over the health of Supreme Leader, Kim Jong-un with some analysts claiming his sister, Kim Yo-jong and taken a more prominent stance in the country.

The hermit state held another military parade to mark the 70th anniversary of North Korea.

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Relations with South Korea have become frayed over the last few months with the Supreme Leader’s sister, insisting military action could be taken on the border.

This stemmed from propaganda being sent back across the border from North Korean residents who had fled the country.

As a result of this, North Korea destroyed a liaison office in the border town of Kaesong.

Although there were no casualties from the attack, the move was one of the first true attacks on the south in recent memory.

With relations remaining tense, the US has attempted to maintain relations with both South Korea and Japan to maintain stability in the region.



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