North Korea's veteran leader Kim Jong-il has died at the age of 69. State media announced he passed away on Saturday, after suffering a heart attack. Kim Jong-il's youngest son, Kim Jong-un, has been named his successor. Meanwhile, as the news broke, Pyong-yang's long standing enemy, South Korea put its armed forces on high alert, while the government has declared the situation an emergency. Kim Jong-il's body is lying in state in a mausoleum in the capital, before a funeral service on December 28th. Until then, a period of mourning has been declared in the country. Anissa Naouai takes a look back at the life of a man, who became a symbol of the reclusive state.
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Quite surprised he made it that far. He was a chain-smoker and consumed vast amounts of alcohol (there are reports saying he spent close to $1 million on imported liquor!). He suffered numerous strokes and likely had several other maladies. The last times he was seen in public, he looked pretty decrepit.
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