North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un waves from a balcony following a mass parade marking the end of the Party Congress on 10 May, 2016.
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Key things we learned from the North Korea party congress

North Korea's first party congress in 36 years has ended, providing the world with some surprising and intriguing observations in the closely guarded state.

It was a chance to get a glimpse into how the third-generation leader Kim Jong-un plans to run the communist country.

BBC Monitoring looks at five key points to take away from the rare event.

Produced by Alexi Peristianis; still images courtesy of Getty

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  • 10 May 2016
  • From the section Asia
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