North Korean Dictator Kim Jong Un Makes First Public Appearance in 40 Days
North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un ended his 40-day public absence when he toured the grounds of a new housing development and supposedly visited the Natural Energy Institute of the State Academy of Sciences on Tuesday. Kim hasn't made a public appearance since Sept. 3 when he attended a state concert with his wife, leading many to question his health. The White House is still trying to determine the legitimacy of the report since no pictures were provided.
By Jordan Moses
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